Trans-arterial Radio Embolisation (TARE) is a treatment that is offered to patients with liver cancer or Hepato Cellular Carcinoma (HCC). TARE is a minimally invasive treatment that involves the use of a Transcatheter intra-arterial procedure that is generally performed by a trained interventional radiologist at Max Hospital, India. The side effects of TARE are the least among patients, and therefore, this process is used and preferred by doctors. TARE allows the doctors to thread the catheter through tiny incisions that are made in the upper thigh region of the patient through the arteries that provide entry of the catheter directly to the liver. This method targets only the tumors and reduces the risk of affecting the normal, healthy cells of the liver.
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Principal Director & Head – Hepatology & Liver Transplant Medicine
Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital