Radiology Personnel

Guy Johnson, M.D., Pharm.D

  • Associate Professor

Vascular and Interventional Radiology
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Dr. Johnson is a UW assistant professor in the Department of Radiology, interventional radiology section. He is an expert in minimally invasive image-guided procedures. His research interests include minimally invasive treatments for liver cancer including ablation and catheter-based treatments. He also has a special interest in a procedure called prostate artery embolization to help men with symptoms from BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia). 

Dr. Johnson received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Washington. He went on to study pharmacy and earn a Pharm. D. from the UW before receiving his M.D. from New York Medical College. He returned to Seattle to do his radiology residency and interventional radiology fellowship at the UW.

Recent Publications (via Semantic Scholar)

Advances in Y-90 radioembolization for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma
A. Woerner, G. Johnson - Published 2022 - HEPATOMA RESEARCH

Hepatic artery aneurysm in the setting of focal nodular hyperplasia
Kelly L. Laird, G. Johnson, Raymond Yeung, et al. - Published 2021 - RADIOLOGY CASE REPORTS

Life and Limb: Current Concepts in Endovascular Treatment of Extremity Trauma.
J. Weaver, J. Chick, E. Monroe, et al. - Published 2021 - SEMINARS IN INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

Use of yttrium-90 (Y90) glass microspheres (TheraSphere) as neoadjuvant to transplantation/resection in hepatocellular carcinoma: Analyses from the LEGACY study.
R. Lewandowski, G. Johnson, Edward Kim, et al. - Published 2021

Abstract No. 56 Double-barrel brachiocephalocaval Viabahn VBX stent-graft reconstruction for treatment of superior vena cava syndrome
T. Jackson, David S. Shin, C. Ingraham, et al. - Published 2021

Recognizing and Managing Adverse Events in Y-90 Radioembolization.
G. Laidlaw, G. Johnson - Published 2021 - SEMINARS IN INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

Inferior vena cava filter tilting between placement and retrieval is associated with caval diameter and need for complex retrieval techniques.
Grace L Laidlaw, J. Chick, C. Ingraham, et al. - Published 2021 - CLINICAL IMAGING

Abstract No. 178 Larger inferior vena cava diameter is associated with greater filter tilt change and need for advanced retrieval techniques: an analysis in 189 consecutive patients
G. Laidlaw, J. Chick, C. Ingraham, et al. - Published 2021

Abstract No. 69 Bifurcated hepatocaval stent reconstruction for treatment of hepatic venous outflow obstruction in orthotopic liver transplantation
Daniel B. Brown, J. Chick, G. Johnson, et al. - Published 2021

Yttrium-90 Radioembolization for the Treatment of Solitary, Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma: The LEGACY Study.
R. Salem, G. Johnson, Edward Kim, et al. - Published 2021 - HEPATOLOGY