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The Arab Journal of Interventional Radiology is the official journal of the Pan Arab Interventional Radiology Society (PAIRS). PAIRS was established in 2006, based in Beirut and aims to spread the knowledge about interventional radiology in the Arab world and region. Interventional radiology is one of the most dynamic medical fields today merging medicine with high technology. Interventional radiologists are medical specialists with an in-depth training and foundation in diagnostic radiology including radiation safety, radiation physics, the biological effects of radiation and injury prevention. Interventional radiologists are the pioneers in performing minimally invasive procedures replacing traditional surgery and providing new modes of treatments for multiple health conditions utilizing imaging guidance yet maintaining the standards for safety and quality. PAIRS aims to educate patients and medical professionals in the region about interventional radiology and new high tech and cutting-edge alternatives for patients. PAIRS also aims to educate interventional radiologists about updates in the specialty through multiple educational activities in addition to its annual scientific congress.
The Arab Journal of Interventional Radiology is also the official journal of the following societies:
Saudi Interventional Radiology Society (SIRS)
Interventional Radiology Society of Pakistan (IRSP)
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This journal is published under the Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives). The copyright of the content is with the society.