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Radiology

The Department of Radiology at Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon is dedicated to high quality medical imaging and sub specialised interpretation of those images.
Team of specialists:
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Dr. Sanjay Mehta
gurpreet-makkar
Dr. Gurpreet Makkar
syed-tauqueer-fazal
Dr. Syed Tauqueer Fazal
rajiv-sharma
Dr. Rajiv Sharma
aditi-dixit
Dr. Aditi Dixit

Varicos Vein Radiofrequency Ablation, Sclerotherapy, Endovenous Laser Treatment

 Post Liver Transplant Vascular Intervention

  •  Ballon angioplasty
  • Stenting of anastomotic portal vein and hepatic vein
  • Hepatic artery angioplasty and stenting
  • Percutaneous trans hepatic billiary drainage and billiary stenting

Transarterial Chemoembolization  (Tace)

Embolization is a treatment that blocks or slows down the blood supply to tissues or an organ. TACE is specific type of chemoembolization that blocks the hepatic artery to treat liver cancer especially hepatocellular carcinoma. Chemotherapy drugs used in TACE is doxorubicin,cisplatin and mitomycin. Lipiodol is also used for emultion medium for the drugs to reach target area.

Radiofrequency Ablation  (Rfa)

Percutaneous radiofrequency (RF) ablation (RFA) is an exciting approach to destroying inoperable primary tumors or metastases in the liver. Percutaneous RFA is a minimally invasive, repeatable procedure with few complications. It is performed under radiologic guidance. In the most common configuration of clinical RFA, monopolar RFA, the patient is a part of a closed-loop circuit that includes an RF generator, a needle electrode, and a large dispersive electrode (grounding pads).

Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS or TIPSS)

TIPS is an artificial channel within the liver that establishes communication between the inflow portal vein and the outflow hepatic vein. It is used to treat portal hypertension (which is often due to liver cirrhosis) which frequently leads to intestinal bleeding, life-threatening esophageal bleeding (esophageal varices) and the buildup of fluid within the abdomen (ascites).The shunt is completed by placing a special mesh tube known as a stent or endograft to maintain the tract between the higher-pressure portal vein and the lower-pressure hepatic vein

Percutaneous Transhepatic Biliary Drainage (PTBD) With Or Without Stenting

PTBD is one of the most essential procedures in cases with dilated IHBR due to failed ERCP stenting, blocked CBD stent, Distal CBD lesion with stenting not possible and in cases with non dilated system with CBD injury.

Indications of PTBD for palliation in obstructive jaundice include:

  • Cholangitis
  • Pain alleviation
  • Pruritus
  • To decrease serum bilirubin before the initiation of chemotherapy
  • To access biliary system for further palliative interventions such as stent placement or transhepatic brachytherapy for cholangiocarcinoma.

 PTC done in under USG guidance with opacification of IHBR in both lobes of liver.

Portal Vein Embolization

Portal vein embolization  is a preoperative procedure performed in interventional radiology to initiate hypertrophy of the anticipated future liver remanant a couple weeks prior to a major liver resection procedure.

Venoplasty

Venoplasty is a procedure used to open clogged veins in after hemodialysis  via arteriovenousfistula. A ballon is threaded into the vein and inflated to open a narrowed or obstructed blood vessels.

Usg Guided Fnac

Using aseptic precautions site for USG guided FNAC can be done from cervical lymphnodes, breast lesions, thyroid gland lesions which are  marked after reviewing the previous imaging. Local part draped with sterile material. Using real time USG guidance  needle placed within the lesion and aspiration done with syringe. The aspirated material used to prepare multiple slides, which were sent in alcohol jar and as air dried slides.

Usg Guided  Biopsy

Using aseptic precautions site for USG guided Biopsy can be done from liver lesion,breast lesion benign or malignant tumors which are marked after reviewing the previous imaging. Local part draped with sterile material.Using real time USG guidance  needle placed within the lesion and multiple biopsy cores obtained. The biopsy material collected in formalin container and send to histopathology lab.

Usg Guided Therapeutic Tapping

Using aseptic precautions site for USG guided ascetic or pleural tapping done after reviewing the previous imaging. Local part draped with sterile material. Local anaesthesia 2% lignocaine injected at the skin site. Using real time USG guidance 16G cannula placed within the fluid for therapeutic tapping.

Trans Rectal Usg Guided Prostate Biopsy

Using aseptic precautions 12 Core TRUS guided Prostate biopsy done under cover of 2% lignocaine jelly for local anesthesia given per rectally, each biopsy material collected in separate formalin container and sent to histopathology lab.

Trans Rectal Usg Guided Placement Of Fiducial Gold Markers  - Prostate

Using aseptic precautions,  under cover of 2% lignocaine jelly for local anesthesia given per rectally Four Gold Markers were Placed for planning foe cyberknife Prostate Radiation Therapy.

CT Guided  Biopsy.

Using aseptic precautions site for CT guided  Biopsy can be done from lung tumors,liver tumors or benign or malignant tumors of the organs which are marked after reviewing the previous imaging. Using  CT guidance 18/16 G needle placed within the lesion and multiple biopsy cores obtained. The biopsy material collected in formalin container and send to histopathology lab.