This educational website was developed by Dr Eisen Liang who is a dedicated healthcare professional passionate about applying minimally invasive treatments to improve the quality of life of women.
Dr Eisen Liang is an interventional radiologist with special interest in gynaecological intervention such as Uterine Fibroid Embolisation (UFE), adenomyosis embolisation and ovarian vein embolisation for pelvic congestion syndrome. He performed his first UFE in 1998 and has been performing UFE at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2007. He presented the result of first series of UFE on Australian women at the 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. The paper has been published in April 2012 Australian and New Zealand Journal of O & G. He is conducting ongoing audit and research on treatment of fibroid, adenomyosis and pelvic congestion syndrome.
Dr Liang graduated with First Class Honours from UNSW in 1988. After his internship and residency at Westmead Hospital, he started his radiology career in Hong Kong in 1990. He was appointed lecturer in radiology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in the Prince of Wales Hospital in 1994. He was awarded the fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (London) in 1995 and the fellowship of the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Radiologists in 1997. He was a partner with Castlereagh Radiology from 1999 to 2004, practicing in Hong Kong and Sydney.
Dr Liang has a passion for interventional radiology. He started in this subspecialty in 1995 in Hong Kong predominantly treating liver cancers with chemoembolisation and percutaneous ablation. In 1997, he did a travelling fellowship visiting interventional radiology luminaries around the world including Robert Dick and Anthony Watkinson at the Royal Free, Barry Katzen at the Miami Vascular Institute, Anthony Venbraux at the Johns Hopkins and Wayne Yakes in Colorado. In 2000, he visited the world leader in UFE Dr James Spies in Georgetown University.
Dr Liang returned to Sydney with his family in 2003. In 2004 he spent 3 months at Alfred Hospital Melbourne with Prof Ken Thomson and Dr Stuart Lyon for an Interventional Sabbatical Fellowship to share experience and to advance technical skills in renal stenting, uterine fibroid Embolisation, vertebroplasty, IVC filters and venous accesses.
Dr Liang has been an interventional radiologist at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2004. He is a Senior Clinical Lecturer for University of Sydney Medical School.
In 2013, Dr Eisen Liang (Interventional Radiologist) and Dr Bevan Brown (Obstetrician Gynaecologist) established the first Sydney Fibroid Clinic at Castle Hill. By cross-specialty collaboration, the clinic aim to offer the best and the least invasive treatment options, tailored to the needs and wishes of each individual women. A similar clinic is now run at San Clinic Sydney Adventist Hospital.