FMH Interventional Radiology is described as surgery of the new millennium. It is minimally invasive that involves procedures which are done in a hospital setting and typically consists of placing cat-heters in a patient or performing other therapeutic maneuvers on a patient. Advanced imaging tech-nology provides high resolution pictures, so interventional radi-ologists (board-certified physicians who specialize in minimally inv-asive, targeted treatments) can navigate tiny instruments such as catheters (small tubes) through blood vessels to reach certain parts of the body.

This procedure can treat various conditions non-surgically, including various cancers and liver disease. Interventional radiology proce-dures reduce side effects typically associated with traditional cancer treatments, including surgery, ch-emotherapy and radiation the-rapy. However, side effects, such as fatigue and pain, may occur. Integrative oncology services can help you manage any side effects that you experience during treatment.


Professor Dr. Khubaib Shahid

Head Of Department

Professor Dr.Muhammad Imran Aslam


Dr. Tariq Masood Butt 


Professor Dr. Muhammad Zafar Rafiq


Dr. Tayyaba Akhtar

Assistant Professor

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