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Hepatocellular Carcinoma Podcasts
Listen to leading physicians discuss hepatocellular carcinoma on the BackTable VI Podcast. Get tips, tricks, and expert guidance from your peers and level up your practice.
En este episodio de BackTable, Dra. Gina Landinez habla con el Dr. Alejandro Mejia, cirujano trasplante de Methodist Dallas, y la Dra. Pilar Bayona, radiologista intervencionista de UT Southwestern, sobre la colaboración entre los cirujanos trasplantes y los radiólogos intervencionistas durante los trasplantes de hígados. Hablan sobre el papel de los radiólogos intervencionistas durante los periodos críticos de trasplante: el preoperatorio, el perioperatorio, y el postoperatorio.
Dr. Christopher Beck talks with Dr. Driss Raissi about his approach to Microwave Ablation of Liver Lesions, including workup, technique, and tips and tricks for a successful ablation treatment.
Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee tells us about his approach to treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), including how this has changed over his years in private practice. This is part two of a two part series.
Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee tells us how he started from scratch in growing a robust Interventional Oncology program in private practice, including pitfalls to avoid. This is part one of a two part series.
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).
Interventional Radiologist Dr. Alex Kim and Dr. Christopher Beck discuss the utility of different locoregional liver therapies in bridging HCC patients to transplant.
Transplant Surgeon Dr. Jennifer Berumen and Interventional Radiologist Dr. Isabel Newton discuss the treatment of HCC and the importance of multi-specialty collaboration in bridging these patients to successful liver transplantation. Special discussion was given around this HCC consortium article in Annals of Surgery: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30870180/
Interventional Radiologist Dr. Julie Zaetta and Oncologist Dr. Natalie Stanton discuss the essentials of building a successful Interventional Oncology program, including the importance of a multidisciplinary approach.
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.
Dr. Charles Nutting FSIR of RIA Endovascular and Dr. Nainesh Parikh of Moffitt Cancer Center. They discuss pressure-directed, antireflux infusion for Y90 Radioembolization, including the SureFire Infusion system.
Hepatocellular Carcinoma Articles
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The standard liver ablation zone for hepatocellular carcinoma is half a centimeter to one centimeter, but where does this standard come from? This article discusses the current liver ablation zone guidelines and explores an alternative approach.
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The Child-Pugh Score calculator can be used to quickly assess the severity of cirrhosis, life expectancy, and risk of perioperative abdominal surgery mortality in patients with liver disease.
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