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Jay Federhart, M.D.

Dr. Federhart has been practicing Vascular and Interventional Radiology for the past 18 years.
As an Interventional Radiologist he takes care of patient in a minimally invasive fashion which is typically safer, less painful and has a shorter recovery period. The reason he chose Interventional Radiology was the ability to actively help patients in a minimally invasive way and to stay at the cutting edge of medical advancements. He focuses on communication with patients and referring physicians. He also provides follow-up care like a family physician.

Outside of work he enjoys cycling (both road and mountain), skiing, tennis, and spending time in nature: hiking, camping and backpacking. He also loves doing things with his family and traveling.

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The American Board of Radiology 

Fellowship:
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Interventional Radiology

Residency
Oregon Health Sciences University, The Dotter Institute

Medical School
Creighton Medical

PROGRAM SPECIFICS
 Peripheral Arterial Disease Consultation for:
• Claudication/Rest Pain in Leg
• Non-healing leg/foot wound
• Limb Salvage

Vascular Testing:
• Arterial US/Doppler
• Ankle Brachial Index
• CT Angiography

Neurovascular Carotid/Cerebral Angiography for:
• Carotid Stenosis
• Cerebral Aneurysm or AVM

Venous Disease Consultation for:
• Venous Stasis Disease/Venous Ulcer
• Pelvic Congestion Syndrome/Varicocele
• DVT
• SVC Syndrome

Venous Access & Procedures
• Venous Ports
• PICCs
• IVC Filter - Placement & Removal 

Hemodialysis
• Fistulagram
• Fistula Declot
• Dialysis Catheter
   - Tunneled
   - Temporary
• Evaluation & Treatment of Immature Fistula

Pain Management
• Epidural Steroid Injections

Interventional Oncology
Consultation for treatment of:
• Primary or Metastatic Liver Cancer
   - Chemoembolization
   - Tumor Ablation
• Primary Renal Tumor
   - Ablation
   - Embolization of Angiomyolipoma
• Lung Tumors
• Spinal Metastasis
   -Ablation +/- Vertebroplasty
• Venous Port
• Gastrostomy Tube
• Biospy

Musculoskeletal
• Consult for Painful Vertebral 
• Compression Fractures  (Kyphoplasty, Vertebroplasty)

Hepatobiliary
• Consult for TIPS
• TIPS follow up
• Pleur-X Drain for Chronic Ascites

OB/GYN
• Consult for treatment of symptomatic Uterine Fibroids
•Consult for Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Urology
• Nephrostomy Tube
• Ureteral Stents
• Suprapubic Catheters
• Varicocele Embolization