Precision VIR’s Dr. Suzanne Slonim Featured in Voyage Dallas Magazine


Get an inside look at our very own Dr. Suzanne Slonim! Learn more about her interventional radiology experience in an article on Voyage Dallas Magazine. In this article, Dr. Slonim talks about her passion for helping women get rid of fibroids without surgery using Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE). She has built a following, partnering with … Continue reading Precision VIR’s Dr. Suzanne Slonim Featured in Voyage Dallas Magazine

Vascular Doctors Working with Podiatrists & Wound Care Physicians


The doctors at Precision Vascular and Interventional (Precision VIR) strongly feel that the best care of chronic and critical limb ischemia patients requires a team approach with podiatrists and wound care doctors. These patients with arterial ischemic wounds, especially those in diabetic patients, require the off-loading and wound care that a well-trained podiatrist can provide. … Continue reading Vascular Doctors Working with Podiatrists & Wound Care Physicians

Interventional Radiologists Treating Liver Cancer


Did you know that interventional radiologists are playing a huge role in the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)? An article on Star2.com explains how radiologists are increasing survival rates at different stages of HCC. Transarterial chemoembolization (TACE), a leading treatment for HCC, is traditionally recommended only for intermediate stage liver cancer according to the Barcelona Clinic … Continue reading Interventional Radiologists Treating Liver Cancer

Osteoporosis Research: Local Dallas Scientists Have Uncovered a New Bone-Forming Growth Factor


Scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute at UT Southwestern in Dallas, TX are working hard at uncovering the biological basis of bone formation in mice to help with osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disease of low bone mass that predisposes affected individuals to fractures. It is estimated that 54 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis, and it is … Continue reading Osteoporosis Research: Local Dallas Scientists Have Uncovered a New Bone-Forming Growth Factor

Colorectal Cancer


Overview Colorectal cancer, or colon cancer, occurs in the colon or rectum. As the graphic below shows, the colon is the large intestine or large bowel. The rectum is the passageway that connects the colon to the anus. Colon cancer, when discovered early, is highly treatable. Even if it spreads into nearby lymph nodes, surgical … Continue reading Colorectal Cancer