Ronnie had been living with benign prostatic hyperplasia, also known as an enlarged prostate, for several years. The symptoms were a disruption to his daily life and getting progressively worse with time. As the problem worsened, Ronnie found himself waking three to four times during the night just to use the bathroom. Although he was desperate for relief, the thought of laser and surgical methods seemed worse than the issue itself.
Uterine fibroids affect 20-40% of premenopausal women. Margaret was no exception. When she began to experience heavy bleeding and pain, her gynecologist recommended she consider a uterine fibroid embolization.
A minimally invasive procedure, UFE is a highly effective treatment with faster recovery options than a traditional hysterectomy.
Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) is pleased to announce its ranking among the Exemplary 80 in the 2019 group practice survey conducted by Radiology Business Journal (RBJ).