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PulseRider device and surgery


July 29, 2019

ARA Neurointerventional Surgeon Is First in Austin to Use PulseRider Device

Basilar tip aneurysms have a reputation for being hard to treat. When an Austin-area patient recently presented with this type of...

SpineJack before and after spinal fracture


July 29, 2019

ARA First in Central Texas to Offer SpineJack Treatment

One of ARA Diagnostic Imaging’s neurointerventional surgeons, Dr. Kirk Conrad, performed the first implantation in Central Texas of the leading-edge SpineJack...

Extensive Calcification


July 13, 2017

Men’s Health Screenings at ARA

Catching a health issue early really makes a big difference in how it's treated. So, screenings really are very important because...

Childs Appendix Ultrasound


May 9, 2017

What’s Special About Children’s Radiology?

By Dr. Shaheen Hussaini, Pediatric Radiologist Children are little humans but if they get hurt or sick we can't treat them...

Lung Tumor Procedure


September 2, 2016

The Story of a Liver Tumor

About interventional radiology Interventional radiology, also called IR, reaches the source of a medical problem by carefully guiding a tiny catheter...

osteoporosis prevention


August 9, 2016

Osteoporosis Risks and Diagnosis

Getting older shouldn’t have to be painful, but for many that is a reality because of diseases like osteoporosis. I’d like...



April 21, 2016

EVLT – An easy way to get rid of varicose veins

With spring in the air and temperatures warming up don’t let varicose veins keep you from the activities you love. Many...

CT Calcium Scoring


March 14, 2016

Finding Heart Disease with CT Calcium Scoring

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. CAD happens...

Brain Tumor


February 26, 2016

From Tumors to Spinal Damage—What a Neuroradiologist Does

by Nitasha Klar, MD, ARA neuroradiologist Knowledge is power when it comes to protecting your health, especially in the case of...

ACL Tear


January 11, 2016

Images of What a Musculoskeletal Radiologist Sees

So what do some common major conditions look like to a radiologist? First let me explain who we are and what...

ARA and Coronavirus

In order to minimize the risk of spreading coronavirus, we have made adjustments to our care processes to keep you safe. These include screening patients and employees, requiring masks, enhanced cleaning, limiting visitors to the clinics, and maintaining social distancing. Find out more on our Coronavirus Response page.

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