Associate Clinical Professor, Surgery
School of Medicine
Chief, Vascular Service, Long Beach VA Medical Center
PH.D., University of Southern California
M.D., University of Southern California
Phone: (714) 456-8282
Fax: (714) 456-6070
University of California, Irvine
Bldg 53 - Rt 81
101 The City Drive
Mail Code: 5375
Orange, CA 92668
Vascular Surgery, Claudication, Venous/Arterial Ulcers, Arterial Stenosis, Hernia, Gallbladder, Peripheral Occlusion, Endarterectomy, Aneurysm
Dr. Gordon is developing new early detection methods for colon cancer based on stool cytology. He also is actively developing new methods for assessing blood flow in arteries using transit time ultrasound.
Gordon IL; Pousti TJ; Stemmer EA; Connolly JE; Wilson SE. Inguinal wound fluid collections after vascular surgery: management by early reoperation. Southern Medical Journal, 1995 Apr, 88(4):433-6.
Gordon IL; Weil DJ; Williams RA; Wilson SE. Intraoperative measurement of Javid shunt flow with transit-time ultrasound. Annals of Vascular Surgery, 1994 Nov, 8(6):571-7.
Gordon IL; Conroy RM; Tobis JM; Kohl C; Wilson SE. Determinants of patency after percutaneous angioplasty and atherectomy of occluded superficial femoral arteries. American Journal of Surgery, 1994 Aug, 168(2):115-9.
Gordon IL; Stemmer EA; Williams RA; Arafi M; Wilson SE. Changes in internal carotid blood flow after carotid endarterectomy correlate with preoperative stenosis. American Journal of Surgery, 1994 Aug, 168(2):127-30.