TARE is a trans-catheter intra-arterial procedure performed by the interventional Radiologist for the treatment of primary and secondary hepatic cancers. In TARE procedure, the radioactive substance is injected through the hepatic artery into the liver tumor directly with the help of a catheter inserted into a peripheral artery. The injected radioactive substance gets deposited in the tumor tissue and then locally emits radiation which causes the destruction of the tumor cells.
TARE can be helpful for:
Benefits of TARE:
This treatment option is currently performed by few doctors only. We are proud to announce that we have Dr. M C Uthappa – Director, Interventional Radiology and Interventional Oncology, with us. Dr. Uthappa has an experience of over 13500 major interventional radiology cases. He is an expert in all types of Interventional radiology procedures for Liver Cancer and these includes TARE, Percutaneous Ethanol Injection(PEI), RFA, TACE, DC bead Embolisation, Portal vein Embolisation and Radio Embolisation (SIRT) .
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