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Sydney Fibroid Clinic

Empowering women to choose their own treatment option



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Embolisation for Fibroid, Adneomyosis and Pelvic Congestion Syndrome


How Does UFE shrink fibroids? 

UFE(Uterine Fibroid Embolisation) is a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure performed by interventional radiologist. A small catheter is inserted into the artery at the groin and manipulated into the uterine artery under X-ray guidance. Small particles are then injected to block the arteries, starving the fibroids which will shrink and die. Normal uterine tissue has the ability to open-up dormant vessels and will survive. Watch the video or find out more by clicking the button below

What we do:

Fibroid treatment assessment
Detailed fibroid mapping using ultrasound and MRI
Explore all suitable options (Medical, Surgical, Non-surgical)
Emphasis on a minimally invasive approach
Hysterectomy as a last resort


We also collaborate with your own GP and gynaecologist to:

Share information and experience
Discuss your management plan
Share your aftercare
Provide you with a second opinion


About Sydney Fibroid Clinic

Our Philosophy
We seek to manage fibroid-related symptoms with the least invasive treatment when appropriate. With multidisciplinary collaboration, we can offer a range of suitable treatment options, tailored to the needs and wishes of each individual patient.

Women have the right to be fully informed of all of their treatment options.

Our History
Sydney Fibroid Clinic is the result of many years of cross-specialty collaboration between Interventional Radiologist Dr Eisen Liang and Obstetrician Gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown. In 2013, Dr Liang established the first Sydney Fibroid Clinic in Dr Brown’s rooms at Castle Hill.

With cross-specialty collaboration, the Clinic aims to offer the least invasive treatment option to women suffering from fibroids. A second clinic has been running from 2015 at San Clinic in Sydney Adventist Hospital. The third clinic is now open in Chatswood, with Dr Liang working with gynaecologist Dr Sarah Choi. 

Our Specialists


Dr Eisen Liang

Interventional Radiologist / Fibroid Embolisation

Dr Eisen Liang is a dedicated healthcare professional passionate about applying minimally invasive treatments to improve the quality of life of women.

He is an interventional radiologist with special interest in gynaecological intervention such as Uterine Fibroid Embolisation (UFE). 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 was published in April 2012 Australian and New Zealand Journal of O & G.

Dr Liang has been an interventional radiologist at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2004. He is a Senior Clinical Lecturer with the University of Sydney Medical School.

He is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.


Dr Bevan Brown

Obstetrician Gynaecologist

Dr Bevan Brown is a graduate of Sydney University. He was trained at the Royal Hospital for Women, before becoming Staff Specialist at Liverpool Hospital, and con-joint clinical lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with the University of New South Wales. He completed his training at Liverpool Hospital, gaining experience in advanced laparoscopic surgery. Subsequently, he moved his practice to Sydney's Northwest. Currently he runs a busy generalist obstetrics and gynaecology practice with special interest in laparascopic surgery, Pelvic Pain, Endometriosis, Prolapse, Fibroids and Adenomyosis. He co-authored with Dr Liang articles on fibroid treatment, uterine artery embolisation for fibroid and adenomyosis.

He is teaching medical students at the Sydney Adventist Medical School and involved in research on fibroid and adenomyosis treatment.


Dr Sarah Choi

Gynaecologist /Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon

Dr Sarah Choi is a Gynaecologist specialized in Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery. Her special interests include severe endometriosis, difficult hysterectomy, laparoscopic removal of fibroids and operative hysteroscopy.

Dr Choi graduated in Hong Kong with the Dean’s list Honours. After specialising in O&G, she received intensive fellowship training in Laparoscopic Surgery and complex pelvic surgery in St. George Hospital, Sydney. Currently she is on the training faculty of Sydney Women’s Endosurgery Centre. She is dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized and comprehensive care for women using up-to-date treatment strategies and state-of-the-art surgical techniques.

Dr Choi is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

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