Dr Homoyoon Mehrzad

Consultant Interventional Radiologist


Professional Memberships

  • The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR)
  • British Society of Interventional Radiology (BSIR)
  • Cardiovascular and InterventionalRadiology Society of Europe (CIRSE)

Clinical Interests

I undertake a full range of diagnostic radiology scans, including ultrasound, MRI scans and CT scans, I also specialise in Interventional Radiology which offers minimally invasive treatments of a wide range of conditions under imaging guidance. My areas of special expertise are in deleivering treatments to the liver in regards to liver cancer and metastasis. This includes potentially curative treatments, such as liver ablation and also pallative chemotherapy treatments directly in to the liver. The range of procedures I offer include Billiary Procedures (PTC), Liver Biopsy, Transarterial Chemoembolisation (TACE), Selective Internal Radiotherapy (SIRT), Liver cancer and metastasis ablation, Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPSS).


Clinical Radiology with subspeciality in Interventional Radiology Liver and Hepatobiliary imaging and procedures Minimally invasive procedures

Current NHS and /or University Posts

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, University Hospitals Birmingham


Personal profile

I am an Consultant Interventional Radiologist with several years experience both in the NHS and private sector. I work at one of Europe's largest liver and transplant hospitals.

I undertook a fellowship in liver interventional procedures following my training. I have gained extensive experience in all aspects of liver imaging and procedures with a particular focus on liver cancer and metastasis procedures.

I aim to deliver the highest quality personalised healthcare to my patients. I aim to deliver this care with the professionalism and compassion that my patients would expect. My approach is patient-centred and I take the time to understand each individual's concerns and priorities when helping guide them to the best treatment choice.

I am happy to take the time during the consultation even in cases where minimally invasive interventional radiology treatment may not be an option, I respect the desire to explore all avenues before making a fully informed decision.

I work very closely with colleagues and can help guide patients to the appropriate pathway. I have performed several hundred procedures and gained a vast amount of experience working closely with a unique group of clinicians in a collabrative manner. I am regularly invited to speak at conferences and meetings both in the UK and abroad.

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