Dr Chalapathi Rao's IR Centre

Dr. M. V. Chalapathi Rao - First Interventional Radiologist in the twin states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to start Endovenous Laser treatment of varicose veins

Dr. M. V. Chalapathi Rao

Dr. M. V. Chalapathi Rao is a Senior Interventional Radiologist at Dr Chalapathi Rao’s IR Centre, Hyderabad and visiting consultant to few major corporate hospitals in Hyderabad.

Till recently he was Head of the Department of Radiology and Interventional Radiologist at Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences(KIMS), Hyderabad.

He did MBBS from Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada and did M.D.(Radiology) from Guntur Medical College, Guntur. He had worked as a Senior Registrar at Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences(NIMS), Hyderabad. He got trained in vascular and neuro interventions at KEM Hospital, Mumbai.

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Our Treatments

IR Treatments

Varicose veins: Pooling of blood in the veins from weak valves resulting in enlarged, swollen vessels causing pain and ulceration.

Cancer treatment

Various interventional therapies exist to treat cancers.Transarterial chemoembolization - Delivering cancer treatment ...

Women’s Health

Uterine fibroids: These are non-cancerous growths of the muscular portion of the uterus, which may cause pain and heavy bleeding.

Spine

Spinal fractures: Vertebroplasy and kyphoplasty, the percutaneous injection of biocompatible cement into fractured vertebrae, are two available treatments for vertebral fractures.

Neurologic

Stroke: A neurological condition occurring when the brain is starved of oxygen and nutrients resulting from the blockage of blood vessels supplying it (ischemic stroke).

Life Threatening Emergencies

Hemoptysis(Coughing of blood), Haematemesis(Blood vomitings), Epistaxis(Bleeding from nose) can be treated by interventional radiologists

Hepatobiliary

Bile Duct Obstruction: Patients with liver cancer, bile duct cancer and hepatobiliary pathology may experience obstruction of bile ducts.

Kidney

Renal artery stenosis: A narrowing of the arterial supply of the kidneys, which may result in high blood pressure (hypertension)