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UAE for Adenomyosis Audit Paper Presented in Vancouver


The clinical audit result by Dr Eisen Liang and Dr Bevan Brown on using UAE to treat uterine adenomyosis was presented in Vancouver at the Society of Interventional Radiology Meeting April 2016. The cohort of 117 patients is the largest in the English literature. Clinical success rate of 90% was achieved. Click on the link here for more information.

How to Treat Fibroids: Australian Doctor Oct 2015


Dr Eisen Liang and Dr Bevan Brown's article on How to Treat Fibroids were published in the October issue of Australian Doctor, a GP magazine that has a circulation of 20,000. In the article, Dr Liang and Dr Brown has comprehensively reviewed all fibroid treatment options with emphasis on less invasive options. Follow the link to view the article. 

Dr Eisen Liang speaks on Pelvic Congestion Syndrome


On 7th September 2015, Dr Liang spoke to the SAN gynaecologists on Pelvic Congestion Syndrome: Diagnosis and Treatment with Ovarian Vein Embolistion. He will speak again at the the upcoming 2015 Symposium of the Australasian Sonographers Association on 19th September 2015.

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome is an under-recognised, under-diagnosed and potentially mismanaged condition. There is a long list of differential diagnosis of pelvic pain in women. Typically the pain from pelvic congestion is described as dull ache in the lower abdominal, that might radiate to the groins and the back. The onset of pain is often towards the end of a long day in upright position, standing or sitting, or after exercise especially weight lifting. There could be pain during and after sexual intercourse. The patients are often singers, dancers, gym instructors, teachers and shopkeepers. The women are often multiparous, with history of valval or leg varicose veins. Transvaginal sonography can demonstrate dilated parametrial and adnexal veins that enlarge with valsalva and bloom with colour flow. With ideal body habitus, reflux in the ovarian vein can be demonstrated at renal hilum and loin region. Left ovarian vein reflux is far more common than the right. Reflux in the internal iliac vein tributaries can constitute pelvic congestion but these might be difficult to demonstrate with transabdomenal duplex study. The definitive evaluation is by catheter venogram, performed on a tilting angiographic table with patient performing valsalva. When refluxing veins were found, they can be embolised with coils and fibrovein foam.

SIRA doctors met NHOG (Northern Haematology Oncology ) doctors on Wed night 22nd July 2015.


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SIRFLOX Study Presented at ASCO 2015


The benefits of adding SIR-Spheres to systemic chemotherapy for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer in the SIRFLOX study were presented at ASCO in Chicago. Sydney Interventional Radiology has been treating liver cancer patients using SIR-spheres since 2006.

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Announcement: Interventional Radiology Services at the SAN


Over the past 10 years Dr Eisen Liang has been San’s primary interventional radiologist. During this time the demand for Interventional Radiology services has increased. The enhance and improve Interventional Radiology service at the San, Dr Liang has gathered a group in Interventional Radiologists and formed Sydney Interventional Radiology in November 2014.

Dr Eisen Liang talk about non-surgical fibroid treatment on Health Matters 2GB interview with Steve


Steve Price of Health Matters on Sydney Radio station 2GB interviewed Interventional Radiologist Dr Eisen Liang on non-surgical fibroid treatment UFE as an alternative to hysterectomy.

Click here to listen to Health Matters from Monday 23.6.14 

Dr Bevan Brown and Dr Eisen Liang will join force to speak in the upcoming Women’s Health Public Forum


The Forum will be held at Fox Valley Community Centre, located on the Sydney Adventist Hospital Campus. The Forum will open at 6:15pm for a 7:00pm start and conclude at 9:00pm.

TITLE: Uterine Fibroids – Embolisation & Other Minimally Invasive Treatments


Description: Update on minimally invasive treatments for fibroids and embolisation as alternative to hysterectomy.


Dr Bevan Brown MBBS (Syd), FRANZCOG & Dr Eisen Liang MBBS (NSW), FRANZCR

Dr Bevan Brown is a Gynaecologist Obstetrician with special interest in Pelvic Pain, Endometriosis, Prolapse, Fibroids and Adenomyosis.

Dr Eisen Liang is an Interventional Radiologist with special interest in uterine artery embolisation for fibroids and adenomyosis, Pelvic Congestion Syndrome, Oncology and Vascular Interventions.

Dr Liang is now consulting in Lawton House, Castle Hill


Dr Liang is now consulting in Lawton House, Castle Hill to extend his interventional radiology services to patients in the Northwest Sydney. He sees patients for uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, pelvic congestion Syndrome, as well as other interventional radiology procedures.

See Contact Us for contact details.

Norwest Hospital Gynae GP Seminar


Please find below the Norwest Hospital Gynae GP Seminar programme.


Gynae February 2013 

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Grand Rounds at the SAN


Dr Liang, Dr Brown and Dr Ramsay will be presenting at Sydney Advantist Clinical School Grand Rounds on Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Managed by Ovarian Vein Embolisation, to raise awareness of this overlooked and underdiagnosed condition. Women often have to go from doctors to doctors before correct diagnosis and treatment were given to liberate them from pain.

Please click link below for poster.

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Grand Rounds at the SAN 

Editorial in ANZJOG in response to Dr Liang’s audit paper on UFE


Dr Brendan T. Buckley has written a timely editorial in ANZJOG, entitled Uterine artery embolisation: challenges and opportunities in cross-specialty care. This was in response to Dr Liang’s paper reporting the first Australian UFE series confirming the safety and efficacy of the procedure. The Editorial was published in Aprial 2012 issue of ANZJOG, together with Dr Liang’s paper. The Editorial highlights the importance of fully informing patients of their treatment choices. It also emphasises the importance of collaboration between Interventional Radiology and Gynaecology, not only in routine patient care, but also in research and development of new treatments.

Link to publisher (Please email us to request PDF of the article)

Uterine artery embolisation: challenges and opportunities in cross-specialty care (pages 103–105) 

Dr Liang’s Audit Paper Published on-line


The Clinical Audit based on our local experience on Safety and Efficacy of UFE has been published on-line today in The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (ANZJOG)

Link to the publisher below (please contact us to request PDF copy):

Efficacy of uterine artery embolisation for treatment of symptomatic fibroids and adenomyosis – An interim report on an Australian experience (pages 106–112)

Dr Liang to present UFE audit data to gynaecologists' meeting


First Australian case series of uterine fibroid embolization will be presented by Dr Eisen Liang at forthcoming Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting being held from 27 – 30 November 2011 at the Melbourne Convention Centre ( ). The title of the presentation is Clinical Audit: Efficacy of Uterine Artery Embolisation for Treatment of Symptomatic Fibroids and Adenomyosis – An Interim Report on an Australian Experience. The clinical audit conducted by Dr Liang confirmed the safety and effectiveness of uterine artery embolization in treating fibroid and adenomyosis related symptoms. The overall success rate was 93%, with 73% of women “very happy” with the outcome and another 20% of women “happy” with the outcome. Heavy periods were controlled in 96% of patients. Significant improvement in bladder symptoms and period pain were also noted. Very high success was also also found in women with adenomyosis. (To see the poster of the presentation please click here). The paper has been accepted for publication in the The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (ANZJOG) (

UAE for Adenomyosis Audit Paper Presented in Vancouver