Transarterial Chemo-embolization (TACE)
What is transarterial chemoembolization (TACE)?
Chemoembolization is a procedure that allows a dose of chemotherapy drugs to be administered directly to your tumor. This procedure allows for the chemo drugs to be given to the tumor and lessens the side effects associated with chemotherapy. TACE is most often used to treat liver tumors.
How is TACE done?
An anesthetic (numbing medicine) will be applied to your skin. Dr. Christenson will make a small incision in your groin then thread a catheter (small plastic tube) from your groin into the artery...
Musculoskeletal radiology (MSK) is a subspecialty of radiology. MSK radiology uses state-of-the-art imaging technology to diagnose disorders of bones, joints, and soft tissues using a wide variety of modalities including conventional radiography (x-ray), computed tomography (CT), ultrasonography, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
MSK radiologists help diagnose a variety of musculoskeletal disorders including trauma, sports injury, arthritis, bone and soft tissue tumors, and many other etiologies causing acute and chronic pain.
Pediatric radiology is devoted to the care of children, using advanced imaging equipment to assist pediatricians in determining the best way to assess a specific problem while minimizing radiation dose.
Pediatric radiologists are specially trained to understand the unique needs of children, parents, and pediatricians in the diagnostic process, with detailed knowledge of illnesses and medical conditions of infants and children. Dr. Delavan is subspecialty trained in pediatric radiology at Children’s Hospital Colorado, giving ERA unique expertise...