Liver and biliary interventional procedures

There is a wide range of liver and biliary interventional procedures, both diagnostic and therapeutic, most commonly using CT-guidance or ultrasound-guidance.  

Vascular Interventions:
Percutaneous interventions: 
Interventional oncologic therapeutic procedures:
  • transarterial tumour embolisation: a method that promotes tumour destruction through a combination of embolization of its supplier arteries, often combined with locoregional chemotherapy
    • bland embolisation
    • transarterial chemoembolisation (TACE)
    • transarterial chemoembolisation with drug-eluting beads (DEB-TACE)
    • hepatic radioembolisation (also known as selective internal radiation therapy - SIRT)
  • tumour ablations: percutaneous local tumour destruction using a device to cause a focused zone of cell death
Interventional procedures
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Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Hepatobiliary interventional procedures

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