This important book fills a gap in the literature by focusing specifically on the role of interventional radiology in patients receiving palliative medicine and supportive care, a group in which the need for minimally invasive therapy is especially high. Detailed information and guidance is provided on use of the tools of interventional radiology for the purpose of problem solving in relation to a wide variety of diseases and complications. Readers will find clear explanation of the ways in which interventional radiology techniques can assist with regard to intravenous access, feeding, musculoskeletal and neurological pain relief, tumor debulking, management of bleeding and obstructions, drainages, and treatment of fistulas. Throughout, helpful tips and tricks of value in daily practice are highlighted. The book is an ideal reference on the interventional management of palliative/supportive care and the effective use of interventional radiology techniques in a multidisciplinary environment. Beyond specialists and trainees in interventional radiology, it will have broad appeal to all who deal with patients on palliative and supportive care on a day-to-day basis.