Interventional radiology (IR) is a special branch of radiology that uses imaging techniques to identify the precise nature of a problem. The imaging techniques can include X-rays, CT, MRI and ultrasound for guidance. The patients can also be diagnosed and treated using these minimally invasive procedures. Interventional Diagnostic treatments have evolved and are very much helpful in providing minimum risk to the patients and a very less hospital stay. The Interventional Radiologist uses these Interventional Diagnostic Procedures in almost every part of the body and the areas which were off limits earlier are also now being quickly bisected through this new technique. Some of the body parts and the organs which uses IR include the Abdominal Region (intestine, kidneys, liver, stomach), the Chest cavities (lungs, respiratory system), cardiovascular tissues(arteries, veins, haemodialysis access), Skeletal system(bones, joints, spine), genitals (uterus, testes, kidneys), the Central nervous system (brain, spine) and other soft tissues. These procedures are performed with such precision that they can evaluate the patient before hand and can provide a variety of treatment plans by collaborating with other doctors. These radiologists are also trained doctors, and they can give an accurate diagnosis using the medical imaging techniques. Sometimes minimally invasive procedures are performed by them where they are used to treat many diseases. The recovery time for undergoing such procedures is also very minimal, and the patient can get back to his normal activities without any discomfort.