Andrew Klobuka, MD
Andrew Klobuka, MD
Dr. Klobuka is an interventional radiologist (IR) at Allegheny Health Network, a physician who combines personalized patient consultation with advanced imaging guidance to perform minimally-invasive procedures. He utilizes advanced technology to navigate patients' arteries and veins from within to treat a wide variety of diseases including liver cancer, blood clots, arterial blockages, bleeding, uterine fibroids, and portal hypertension. He also perform biopsies and ablation of tumors in the liver, kidney, lung, and bone using specialized non-invasive equipment.
Fellowship: Allegheny Health Network - Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Residency: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Diagnostic Radiology. Board: American Board of Radiology Organization: Society of Interventional Radiology
He sees patients at Allegheny General, West Penn, Forbes and Grove City Hospitals. He offers both in person and virtual visits. He also has interest in treating venous disease (including deep vein thrombosis and venous insufficiency), lower extremity arterial disease, and liver cancer including hepatocellular carcinoma and liver metastases using Yttrium-90 radio-embolization and Trans-arterial Chemoembolization (TACE).
Dr. Klobuka is an advocate for patient access to the minimally invasive techniques and advanced technology that interventional radiology offers which allow for improved outcomes including faster recovery times, less risk, less pain, and better quality of life for numerous conditions.
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