During a bone marrow biopsy, an interventional radiologist uses a needle to take a small sample of marrow from inside your bone. This sample can be sent for testing to diagnose or monitor a health condition, such as a blood or bone marrow condition like cancer.
The University of Miami Health System interventional radiologists have years of experience performing bone marrow biopsies. These procedures have quick recovery times and fewer risks of pain or bleeding.
Why Choose UHealth?
Expert care from highly trained interventional radiologists. Our interventional radiologists and radiology specialists are experts in a variety of minimally invasive procedures — everything from treatments to clear blocked blood vessels to advanced cancer therapies like NanoKnife®.
Leading-edge imaging care in South Florida. Our doctors are also researchers discovering new ways to improve diagnosis and treatment. That means you can get some of today’s most promising advancements through clinical trials. You benefit from the latest developments that are fast-tracked from the lab to the bedside.