Roy Gordon, MD

Interventional radiologist

Dr. Roy Gordon is a leader in the field of interventional radiology. He performed the first uterine artery embolization at UCSF in 1998 and was part of the team that popularized the clinical use of transjugular intrahepatic portal venous stenting. Gordon has wide experience in biliary tract interventions and in stenting of the tracheobronchial tree. He is also interested in embolic treatment of varicoceles and recanalization of fallopian tubes.

Gordon attended medical school at Oxford University and Middlesex Hospital in England and held residencies in urology and radiology in Jerusalem and Philadelphia where he completed his fellowship in Interventional Radiology.

Before coming to the United States, Gordon was chairman of radiology at the Hebrew University, Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.

Clinics

Interventional Radiology
505 Parnassus Ave., Room M-361
San Francisco, CA 94143
Phone: (415) 353-1300
Appointments: (415) 353-2573
Billing: 415) 514-8888
Fax: (415) 353-8570

Hours: Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Conditions & Treatments

Academic Title

Professor Emeritus

More about Roy Gordon

Additional Languages

Hebrew

Education

Oxford University, England 1969

Residencies

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Urology, Radiology 1976
University of Pennsylvania Health Systems, Radiology 1978

Fellowships

University of Pennsylvania Health Systems, Interventional Radiology 1979

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Veal DR, Lee AY, Kerlan RK, Gordon RL, Fidelman N. Outcomes of metallic biliary stent insertion in patients with malignant bilobar obstruction. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2013 Jul; 24(7):1003-10.
  2. Kohi MP, Naeger DM, Kukreja J, Fidelman N, Laberge JM, Gordon RL, Kerlan RK. Preoperative CT-Guided percutaneous wire localization of ground glass pulmonary nodules with a modified Kopans wire. J Thorac Dis. 2013 Apr; 5(2):E31-4.
  3. Olorunsola OG, Kohi MP, Fidelman N, Westphalen AC, Kolli PK, Taylor AG, Gordon RL, LaBerge JM, Kerlan RK. Caval penetration by retrievable inferior vena cava filters: a retrospective comparison of Option and GŁnther Tulip filters. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2013 Apr; 24(4):566-71.

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