Radiology

Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials conducted by investigators from Radiology foster study of both drug and device interventions, as well as other issues. Device and interventional studies include those to correct carotid stenosis, thrombus removal, stent placements, and high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) studies. Some of the drug intervention trials study the combining of drugs with other treatment modalities, evaluating drug effectiveness with multiple imaging modalities, differentiating cancer from infection using drug-enhanced imaging, combining chemoembolization with drugs in cancer treatment for unresectable cancer, characterizing cancer lesions with drug-enhanced ultrasound imaging, investigating tumor accumulation of drugs, quantifying collateral perfusion in cerebrovascular disease and stroke patients, as well as studying the biodistribution and safety of imaging probes. Device intervention trials include study of the SoftScan optical breast imaging system, and use of TheraSphere in unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma.

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