Theodore R. Miller, MD

Theodore R. Miller, MD

Professor Emeritus
Specialty Areas

1825 4th Street, Room L2181C
Pathology, Box 4034
San Francisco, CA 94158
United States

Research and Clinical Interests

My main area of interest and expertise throughout my service to the medical center has been fine-needle aspiration biopsy cytology. At the present time, we examine ~ 3,000 fine-needle aspiration biopsy specimens/year. We are the largest such service in an academic center on the West Coast and, to date, have performed over 35,000 biopsies. For the last 20 years, our department has been the source of a number of seminal articles on aspiration cytology and our fellowship program is widely sought. The cytopathology faculty has developed into a nationally and internationally renowned group of speakers, for which the department can be justifiably proud.

Selected Publications
  • Tunc, M., Char, D.H., Crawford, B., Miller, T. Intraepithelial and invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the conjunctiva: analysis of 60 cases. Brit. J. Ophthal. 83:98-103, 1999
  • Loh, K-C, Greenspan, F.S., Dong, F., Miller, T.R., and Yeo, P.B. Influence of lymphocytic thyroiditis on the prognostic outcome of patients with papillary thyroid carcinoma. J. Clin. Endo. Metab. 84:458-463, 1999
  • Cha, I., Cartwright, D., Guis, M., Miller, T.R., Ferrell, L.D. Angiomyolipoma of the liver in fine-needle aspiration biopsies: its distinction from hepatocellular carcinoma. Cancer 87:25-30, 1999
  • Char, D. Caputo, G. Miller, T. Orbital Fibrous Histiocytomas. Orbit; 19:155-159, 2000
  • Ljung, B-M., Drejet, A., Chiampi, N., Jeffrey, J., Goodson, W., Chew, K., Moore, D., Miller, T., Diagnostic Accuracy of Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy is Determined by Physican Traning in Sampling Technique. Cancer (Cancer Cytopathology) 2001;93:263-268
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