Interventional Procedures

Interventional procedures are a collection of minimally invasive techniques used to treat conditions which historically had been corrected with surgery. In most cases, these newer techniques are associated with shorter recovery times and better outcomes.   Currently, minimally invasive techniques exist for the treatment of bladder stones, collapsing trachea, urethral strictures associated with cancer, and the correction of ectopic ureters. For more information please see below.

Minimally Invasive Interventional Therapy for the Treatment of Collapsing Trachea

Urethral Stenting for Transitional Cell Carcinoma