Education & Training
- University of South Florida -
- Morehouse School of Medicine - MD
- Crowder SL, Hoogland AI, Small BJ, Carpenter KM, Fischer SM, Li D, Kinney AY, Welniak TL, Brownstein N, Reich RR, Hembree T, Extermann M, Kim R, Afiat TP, Berry DL, Turner K, Jim HSL. Associations among frailty and quality of life in older patients with cancer treated with chemotherapy. Geriatr Oncol. 2022 Nov.13(8):1149-1155. Pubmedid: 36008271.
- Parikh P, Rose T, Jeong D, Lam CA, Afiat TP, Rosa M, Araujo C. Diffuse intrasinusoidal hepatic metastasis from breast cancer: Multimodality imaging with pathology correlation. Radiol Case Rep. 2021 May.16(5):1005-1009. Pubmedid: 33680266. Pmcid: PMC7917459.
- Afiat TP, Johns C, Smith J, Kis B, Druta M. Adrenal crisis and death following transarterial chemoembolization of sarcoma liver metastases. Clin Imaging. 2021 Jan.69:79-81. Pubmedid: 32693227.
- Afiat TN, Hembree TN, Dean EA, Araujo C, Pena LR, Rosa M, Han HS, Hendrix K, Ramsakal A. Diffuse Intrasinusoidal Hepatic Metastasis from Breast Cancer Presenting as Liver Failure: Effective and Rapid Treatment with Weekly Low-Dose Adriamycin. Am J Case Rep. 2020 Sep.21:e924141. Pubmedid: 32877389. Pmcid: PMC7491943.
- Afiat TP, Zhang X, Zhang H, Ayala E, Zhang L, Sokol L. Sezary syndrome manifesting as posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorder. Leuk Res Rep. 2018 May.9:72-75. Pubmedid: 29761072. Pmcid: PMC5948470.
- Nguyen TP, Nanjappa S, Muddaraju M, Greene JN. Pulmonary Talcosis in an Immunocompromised Patient. Case Rep Med. 2016 Jul.2016:4678637. Pubmedid: 27446215. Pmcid: PMC4944058.
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