Oncology Procedures 

Interventional Radiology is playing a larger role in the care of patients with cancer, with involvement from initial diagnosis, right through to minimally invasive treatment of the malignancy and its complications. The advancement of these procedures have led to tumor treatments as well as management of malignancy complications such as pain, organ obstruction and venous thrombosis.

Therapeutic applications of IR in the oncology patient include local tumour treatments such as transarterial chemo-embolization and radiofrequency ablation, as well as management of complications of malignancy such as pain, organ obstruction, and venous thrombosis.

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