Miller Jr. WT, Shah R: Radiographic, Computed Tomographic, and Magnetic Resonance Investigation of the Mediastinum. General Thoracic Surgery. Shields TW, LoCicero J, Ponn RB (eds.). Williams and Wilkins, 5th Edition, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, Page: 2369-2395, 2005.
Shah RM, Miller Jr. WT: Widespread Ground-Glass Opacity of the Lung in Consecutive Patients Undergoing CT: Does Lobular Distribution Assist Diagnosis? AJR 180: 865-968, April 2003.
Hatabu H., Uematsu H, Nguyen B, Miller Jr. WT, Hasegawa I, Gefter WB: CT and MR in pulmonary embolism: A changing role for nuclear medicine in diagnostic strategy. Semin Nucl Med 32(3): 183-192, July 2002.
Miller Jr. WT: Radiographic evaluation of diffuse interstitial lung disease: review of a dying art. Semin Ultrasound CT MR 23(4): 324-338, August 2002.
Miller Jr. WT: Chest Radiographic Evaluation of Diffuse Infiltrative Lung Disease: Review of a Dying Art. Eur J Radiol 44(3): 182-197, December 2002.
Miller Jr. WT, Kotloff RM, Blumenthal NP, Aronchick JM, Gefter WB, Miller WT: Utility of High Resolution Computed Tomography in Predicting Bronchiolitis Obliterans Syndrome Following Lung Transplantation: Preliminary Findings. J Thoracic Imaging 16: 76-80, 2001.
Kundel HL, Polansky M, Dalinka MK, Choplin RH, Gefter WB, Kneelend JB, Miller WT Sr, Miller WT Jr: Reliability of soft-copy versus hard-copy interpretation of emergency department radiographs: a prototype study. AJR Am J Roentgenol 177(3): 525-528, September 2001.
Miller Jr. WT: Obstructive diseases of the trachea. Semin Roentgenol 36(1): 21-40, January 2001.
Shah R, Miller Jr. WT: Widespread Ground Glass Opacity in Consecutive Cases Does distribution assist diagnosis? RSNA Scientific Program 2001.
back to top
Last updated: 11/14/2014
The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania