Richard J. Fowl, M.D.

  • Conventional Surgical and Endovascular (minimally invasive/stenting) treatment of vascular disorders (aneurysms, dissections, tumors, stenotic (narrowed) or blocked vessels, traumatic injuries) involving the following arterial systems: Disorders of the carotid arteries, upper thoracic arteries (common carotid, innominate and subclavian arteries), upper extremity arteries (axillary, brachial, radial/ulnar), descending thoracic aorta, celiac and superior mesenteric arteries (blood supply to the intestines), renal arteries (kidneys), abdominal aorta and lower extremity arteries (iliac, femoral, popliteal, tibial) – popliteal artery entrapment
  • Dialysis access operations (for patients on hemodialysis) – fistulas, shunts
  • Venous access procedures for dialysis or chemotherapy (implantable ports, Hickman catheters, triple lumen catheters)
  • Venous disorders – Surgical and catheter based treatment of narrowed or obstructed deep veins and laser ablation of varicose veins, ambulatory phlebectomy, minimally invasive vein treatments
  1. 2004
    Fellow - Endovascular FellowshipWeill Cornell Medical College, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, NY
  2. 1985
    Fellow - Clinical Fellow in Peripheral Vascular SurgeryMayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  3. 1984
    Fellow - Research Fellow in Peripheral Vascular SurgeryMayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  4. 1983
    Resident - General SurgeryUniversity Hospitals, Iowa City
  5. 1980
    Resident - General SurgeryMedical College of Virginia
  6. 1979
    Internship - General SurgeryMedical College of Virginia
  7. 1978
    MDRush Medical College
  8. 1975
    AB - Magna Cum LaudeIndiana University