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The Future of Biomarkers in Interventional Oncology

Samuel L. Rice, MD; and Constantinos T. Sofocleous, MD, PhD

October 2017—Personalized therapies targeting specific biomarkers and cancer genomics are bringing new hope in the management of cancer.

Locoregional Management Pathways for Liver Cancer

Martin Edwards, MD; and Siddharth A. Padia, MD

October 2017—A practical approach to treating tumors in the liver caused by primary liver cancer, colorectal cancer, and neuroendocrine tumors.

Ensuring a Good Death: Pain Management and Palliative Procedures in the Oncology Patient

Joshua D. Kuban, MD; and Alda Tam, MD

October 2017—Examining the role of the interventional radiologist in providing end-of-life care.

Reduced Metal Artifacts on CT Utilizing the Medtronic MVP™ Microvascular Plug System

John J. Park, MD, PhD; and Jinha M. Park, MD, PhD

October 2017—Embolotherapy has become a major component of modern interventional radiology practice. Whether treating life-threatening hemorrhage, occluding debilitating vascular malformat…

Embozene™ Microspheres for Treatment of Neuroendocrine Tumors

Henry J. Krebs, MD, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

October 2017—A 63-year-old man had a medical history significant for aortic valve replacement, chronic anticoagulation, and osteoarthritis. He was in his usual state of health until he was…

Yttrium-90 Segmentectomy Flow Diversion Using Embozene™ Microspheres

Paul O’Connor, MD; Aaron M. Fischman, MD; and Edward Kim, MD; Mount Sinai Health System

October 2017— Figure 1. Postcontrast MRI performed during portal v

Coiling a Hepatic Bleed With Direxion™ Microcatheters and IDC™ Soft Microcoils

Mohammad A. Ali, MD, University of Mississippi Medical Center

October 2017— Figure 1. Two slices of the initial CT scan before th

Coiling a Type II Endoleak

David Allison, MD, Peachtree Vascular Specialists

October 2017—A 76-year-old woman with a history of endovascular aortic aneurysm repair was monitored for an enlarging aneurysm sac and a type II endoleak. img src="http://evtoday.com/…

 

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