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Dr. Terence Gade
Dr. Terence Gade is a practicing interventional radiologist with at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Terence Gade
Interventional Radiologist Terence Gade from Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Health System tells us about emerging research and therapies targeting the tumor microenvironment in Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
Our 20th BackTable podcast episode featuring special guests Dr. Justin Lee of Florida Interventional Specialists, and Dr. Terence Gade of Hospital of University of Pennsylvania. They discuss experiences and utility of pressure-directed, antireflux infusion for TACE treatments.
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Effective drug delivery systems attempt to maximize homogeneous distribution of the respective agent to the entire tumor to induce cytotoxicity and tumor necrosis. Dr. Justin Lee and Dr. Terence Gade discuss how pressure-directed therapy improves drug delivery to areas of tumor burden in cases of HCC.
Various treatment options exist for intermediate-stage HCC including lidiodal-based cTACE and DEB-TACE. Dr. Terence Gade discusses chemotherapeutic options, how tumor biology influences embolic delivery, and how these treatment modalities can be used to treat HCC.
Transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) and radioembolization (Y90) have individualized roles in the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma. Dr. Justin Lee and Dr. Terence Gade discuss which patients are best suited for TACE versus Y90, as well as the advantages and disadvantages for each intervention.
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