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Timothy Miller, MD

UCLA Physician Timothy Miller, MD specializes in Plastic Surgery.
Specialty
Plastic Surgery
Gender
Male
Language Spoken
English
Hospital Affiliation
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
State License Number
A21438
Contact
(310) 825-5644 Appointments
Fax Number
(310) 206-4190
PRACTICE LOCATION

UCLA Cosmetic Surgery Center
UCLA Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 465
Los Angeles, CA 90095-6960

MEDICAL BOARD CERTIFICATION
Plastic Surgery, American Board of Plastic Surgery, 1973
Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 1971
EDUCATION
Fellowship
Plastic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1970 - 1972
Residency
Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 1966 - 1970
Internship
Surgery, Vanderbilt University Hospital, 1963 - 1964
Degree
MD, UCLA School of Medicine, 1963
AFFILIATION
Department Affiliation
Provider, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
MORE INFORMATION
Additional Information

Timothy A. Miller, MD, has spent nearly four decades training doctors and surgeons at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, where he is now Professor of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has published over ninety scholarly articles and has written more than forty textbook chapters. He has served on the Board of Directors for the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the Plastic Surgery Education Foundation.

He was also the Director of the American Society of Plastic Surgery from 1991 to 1997. He served during Vietnam (1965-1966) and was awarded the Bronze Star. From 1973 to 2006 he served as the Chief of Plastic Surgery at the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center. He continues to serve his country by founding Operation Mend- a unique program between Brooke Army Medical Center and the Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center that provides reconstructive plastic surgery for US military wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

HOSPITAL POSITIONS

  • Executive Director and Chief Surgeon, Operation Mend, 2007-2012
  • Chief, Division of UCLA Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2002-2011
  • Chief and Co-Director, Combined Hand Surgery Service, UCLA School of Medicine, 1981-Present
  • UCLA Surgery Center Policy Committee, 1991-1995
  • UCLA Operating Room Committee, 1991-1994
  • UCLA Strategic Planning Action Committee, Subcommittee on Finance, 1990-1995
  • UCLA Animal Research Committee, 1989-1993
  • Acting Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 1988-1989
  • UCLA Quality Assurance Committee, 1986-1988
  • UCLA Chairman's Committee, 1985-1986
  • UCLA Admissions Policy Committee, 1984-1985
  • Curriculum Committee, UCLA Medical School Alumni Program, 1981-1982
  • Associate Professor of Surgery and Plastic Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 1976-1981
  • UCLA Basic Surgery Training Committee, 1979-1981
  • UCLA Operating Room Committee, 1978-1981
  • Executive Committee, UCLA Department of Surgery, 1978-1979
  • Academic Senate Representative, UCLA Department of Surgery, 1974-1976
  • Assistant Professor of Surgery and Plastic Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 1973-1976
Awards & Recognition
  • American Red Cross Award, 2012
  • Inaugural UCLA Medical School Alumnus of the year, 2011
  • PEOPLE Magazine, Hero of the Year 2011
  • Timothy Miller UCLA Chair in Plastic Surgery 2009,
  • United States Marine Corps. Guest of Honor, Barracks Ceremony, Washington, D.C., 2008
  • Ralph Goldman Research Award, "Effect of Retinoid on Connexin 43 Expression in Squamous Cell Carcinoma", 1999
  • Ralph Goldman Research Award, "Passage-Dependent Loss of Osteoblast Function, mbut not Proliferation Markers in MC3T3-E1 Cells",  1996
  • The American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons, 1991
  • Best Research Paper in Plastic Surgery, The Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Thomas Symington Award, Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine, 1971
  • Vietnam Special Forces Parachute Badge, 1966
  • The Bronze Star Medal U.S. Army, Vietnam, 1966

MEMBERSHIP, MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
  • American Association of Hand Surgery
  • American Association of Plastic Surgery
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand
  • American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • California Medical Association
  • Los Angeles County Medical Association
  • Pacific Coast Surgical Association
  • Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
  • Plastic Surgery Research Council

HONORARY SOCIETIES

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Alpha Omega Alpha
Publications

Read my PubMed publications

  1. Jansen G, Krieger A, Miller TA, and Kubo K. The effect of prophylactic bethanicol chloride in postoperative rehabilitation.  International Archives of Pharmacodynamics and Therapy 142: 18, 1963.
  2. Miller TA, and Foster J. Malignant hypertension following thrombosis of a renal artery. Archives of Surgery 93: 962, 1966.
  3. Miller TA, Switzer WE, Foley FD, and Moncrief JA. Early homo-grafting of second degree burns.  Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 40: 117, 1967.
  4. Plested WG, Miller TA, Steele JD, and Buell P. Influence on survival of excisional biopsy preceding lobectomy of pneumonectomy for primary bronchogenic carcinomas presenting solitary nodules. Annals of Thoracic Surgery 7: 486, 1969.
  5. Miller TA. Burn complications. Trauma, Mathew Bender & Co., 1970.
  6. Miller TA. Cushing's syndrome cured by appending resection.  Archives of Surgery 103: 770, 1971.
  7. Miller TA, Niazmand R, and Barker WF.  Femoral artery reconstruction under local anesthesia: maximum results for minimal risk. American Journal Surgery 122: 513, 1971.
  8. Niazmand R, Miller TA, and Barker WF. An improved technique for freezing the gangrenous extremity in poor risk patients. American Journal of Surgery 124: 701, 1972.
  9. Miller TA, and White WL. Healing of second degree burns. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 49: 552, 1972.
  10. Miller TA, Longmire WP, and Harper J. The management of lymphedema by staged subcutaneous excision.  Surg. Gynec. Obstet. 136: 558, 1973.
  11. Miller TA. The deleterious effect of split-skin homograft coverage on split-skin graft donor sites.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  55: 316, 1974.
  12. Miller TA, and Haftel AJ.  Latrogenic digital ischemia. Western Journal of Medicine 122: 183, 1975.
  13. Miller TA. The second degree burn: A re-evaluation. Burns 1: 207, 1975.
  14. Goshgarian G, and Miller TA. The parachute stent in intraoral surgery. Am. J. Surg. 307, 1975.
  15. Miller TA. The surgical management of lymphedema of the extremity. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 56, 1975.
  16. Wheeler ES, and Miller TA. The blister and the second degree burn in guinea pigs: The effect of exposure. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 57: 74, 1976.
  17. Wheeler ES, and Miller TA. Tattoo removal by split-thickness tangential excision. West J. Med. 124: 272, 1976.
  18. Boxer RJ, and Miller TA. Penile reconstruction in the irradiated patient. Urology Vii. 403, 1976.
  19. Gemberling RM, Miller TA, Caffee HH, and Zawack. Dressing comparison in the healing of donor sites. J. of Trauma 16: 812, 1976.
  20. Korn HN, Wheeler ES, and Miller TA. Effect of hyperbaric oxygen on second degree burn wound healing. Arch. Surg. 112: 732, 1977.
  21. Miller TA. A surgical approach to lymphedema. Am. J. Surg. 134: 191, 1977.
  22. Golstein EJ, Caffee HH, Price JE, Citronbaum DM, Miller TA, Finegold SM. Human bite infection.  Lancet 11: 1290, 1977.
  23. Miller TA, Korn HN, Wheeler ES, and Eldridge L. Can one muscle reinnervate another? A laboratory study of muscular neurotization. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 61: 50, 1978.
  24. Miller TA. The surgical management of lymphedema of the extremity. Ann. of Plast. Surg. 1: 184, 1978.
  25. Caffee HH, and Miller TA. Skin rejection in graft versus host disease. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 61: 753, 1978.
  26. Miller TA. Are free muscle grafts a reliable reconstructive method? Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 62: 58, 1978.
  27. Goldstein EJ, Miller TA, and Finegold SM. Infections following clenched fist injury: A new perspective. Hand Surg. 3(5): 455, 1978.
  28. Goldstein EJ, Citronbaum DM, Wield B, Blachman U, Sutter VL, Miller TA, Finegold SM. Bacteriology of human and animal bite wounds. J. Clin. Microbiology 8(6): 667, 1978.
  29. Wright JK, and Miller TA. The management of postoperative mobilization following primary tendon repairs. Ortho. Rev. 8(4): 176, 1979.
  30. Goldstein EJ, Miller TA, Citron D, Wield B, and Finegold SM. Clench-fist injuries: Infection and empiric antibiotic selection. Contemporary Orthopaedics 1(4): 30, 1979.
  31. Mancusi-Ungaro H, Carlson J, Orell R, Kress H, and Miller TA. Effect of travase on the healing of the second degree burn. Burns 61(1): 21, 1979.
  32. Miller TA. Breast reconstruction after mastectomy. UCLA Cancer Center Bulletin 6(5): 3, 1979.
  33. Miller TA. The Charles procedure for lymphedema: A warning. Amer. J. Surg. 139: 290, 1980.
  34. Miller TA. Temporalis fascia grafts. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 65(2): 236, 1980.
  35. Johnston WJ, Miller TA, and Frileck SP. Atypical pseudo-epitheliomatous hyperplasia and squamous carcinoma in chronic sinuses and fistulas. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 66: 395, 1980.
  36. Golstein EJ, Miller TA, Citron D, Wield B, and Finegold SM. Clench-fist injuries: Infection and empiric antibiotic selection. King County Medical Society Bulletin 59; 225, 1980.
  37. Goldstein EJ and Miller TA. Injury to clenched fist. Emergency Medicine 13:145, 1981.
  38. Das SK, Cragun JR, Idler R, Miller TA. Free grafting of the omentum for soft tissue augmentation: A preliminary laboratory study. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 68(4): 556, 1982.
  39. Das SK, Cragun JR, Miller TA, and Idler R. Autogenous free muscle grafts and regeneration in rabbits: A preliminary study. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 69(3): 500, 1980.
  40. Miller TA. An experimental comparison of the different kinds of muscle reinnervation: Nerve suture--nerve implantation--muscle neurotization: A commentary. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 69(4): 668, 1981.
  41. Sanders GH, and Miller TA. Are keratoacanthomas really squamous cell carcinomas? Ann. of Plast. Surg. 9(4): 306, 1982.
  42. Goldstein EJ, Brones MF, and Miller TA. Eikenella corrodens in hand infections. J. Hand Surg. 8: 563, 1983.
  43. Cedars MG, Das SK, Roth JC, and Miller TA. The microscopic morphology of orthotopic free muscle grafts in rabbits. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 72(2): 179, 1983.
  44. Pechter EA, and Miller TA. Severe osteomyelitis of the wrist following a cat bite. British J. of Hand Surg. 15(3): 242, 1983.
  45. Miller TA. A surgical approach to post-mastectomy lymphedema of the arm. Am. J. of Surgery 148: 152, 1984.
  46. Cedars MG, and Miller TA. A review of free muscle grafting. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 74(5): 712, 1984.
  47. Miller TA. Microlymphaticovenous anastomosis in the treatment of lower limbs obstructive lymphedema: Analysis of 91 cases: A commentary. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 76(5): 680, 1985.
  48. Miller TA. The Tagliacozzi flap as a method of nasal and palatal reconstruction. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 76(6): 870, 1985.
  49. Das SK, Spector SD, Miller TA, Martin TP, and Edgerton VR. Model for microneurovascular muscle transplantation in the dog. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 77(5): 804, 1986.
  50. Miller TA. Wound contraction as a therapeutic option. Ann. of Plastic Surg. 19: 42, 1987.
  51. Kobayashi M, and Miller TA. Lymphedema. Clinics In Plastic Surgery 14: 303, 1987.
  52. Wexler A, Eilber F, and Miller TA. Therapeutic and functional results of limb salvage for sarcomas of forearm and hand.  J. Hand Surg.13: 2, 1988.
  53. Palmer R, and Miller TA. Anterior shoulder reconstruction with pectoralis minor muscle flap. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. March, 1988.
  54. Miller TA. Facial and nasal reconstruction with grafts of temporalis fascia. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. April, 1988.
  55. Turk A, Ishida K, Kobayashi M, Narlock J, Kinney B, Verity MA, Roy R, Edgerton VR and Miller TA.  The effect of dynamic tension and reduced graft size on muscle regeneration in rabbit free muscle grafts.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 88: 299, 1991.
  56. Miller TA, Ishida K, Kobayashi M, Wollman J, Turk A, and Holmes R. The induction of bone by an osteogenic protein and the conduction of bone by porous hydroxyapatite: A laboratory study in the rabbit.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 87(1): 87-95, 1991. Awarded Best Research Paper in Plastic Surgery, Annual Meeting - American Society of Plastic Surgery.
  57. Miller TA. Lymphedema. West. J. Med. 154: 203, 1991.
  58. Hilliard G, Abdou M, and Miller TA. Growth factors in plastic surgery. Perspectives In Plastic Surgery 5(2): 52-53.
  59. Turk AE, Ishida K, Jensen JA, Wollman JS, and Miller TA. Enhanced healing of large cranial defects by an osteoinductive protein in rabbits. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 92(4): 593-600, 1993.
  60. Howe K, Chalet M, Miller TA, and Moy R. Differentiating between microcystic adnexal carcinoma and desmoplastic trichoepithelioma. Journal of the American Academy Derm. (n.d.).
  61. Rudkin GH, Miller TA. Lipedema: A clinical entity distinct from lymphedema.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 94(6): 841-849, 1994.
  62. Rudkin GH, and Miller TA. Staged skin and subcutaneous excision underneath skin flaps for the treatment of lymphedema. National Lymph Network Newsletter 6(4), 1994.
  63. Rudkin GH, and Miller TA. Growth factors in surgery. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 96(2): 469-476, 1996.
  64. Miller TA, Orringer J. Direct excision and Z-plasty correction of neck and chin redundancy. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 97(1): 219-221, 1996.
  65. Ashby ER, Rudkin GH, Ishida K, and Miller TA. Evaluation of a novel osteogenic factor, bone cell stimulating substance (BCSS), in a rabbit cranial defect model. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 98: 420-426, 1996.
  66. Rudkin GH, Yamaguchi DT, Ishida K,  Peterson WJ, Bahadosingh F, Thye D, and Miller TA.  Transforming growth factor-b, osteogenein and bone morphogenetic protein-2 alter intercellular communication and cell proliferation in MC3T3-E1 cells. J. Cellular  Physiology 168: 433-441, 1996.
  67. Wyatt LE, Gresens CJ, and Miller TA. Well-differentiated liposarcoma (atypical lipoma) of the lower extremity in a patient with bilateral leg lipodystrophy and lymphedema. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 98:1076, 1996.
  68. Wyatt LE, Yamaguchi DT, Liu Y, Ma D, Rudkin GH, Ishida K, Miller TA. Expression of the gap junction structural protein connexin 43 and mRNA in MC3T3-E1 cells treated with transforming growth factor-b (TGF-b-1) and bone morphogenetic protein-2. J. Bone Miner. Res. 10, Supp. M247, 1996.
  69. Miller TA. The role of subcutaneous infiltration in suction-assisted lipoplasty: A review. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 99: 520, 1997.
  70. Sheen JH, Gunter JP, Miller TA. Closed versus open rhinoplasty - and the debate goes on. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 99: 858, 1997.
  71. Miller TA. Editorial: Additions to the journal. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 99: 511-512, 1997.
  72. Miller TA. If it is dead, does it make any difference how it got there? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2056, 1997.
  73. Miller TA. Facelift: Which technique? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 99: 501, 1997.
  74. Miller TA, Wyatt LE, and Rudkin GH. Staged skin and subcutaneous excision for lymphedema: A favorable report of long term results. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 102: 1486, 1998.
  75. Wyatt LE, Sinow JD, Wollman JS, Smai DA and Miller TA. The influence of time on human breast capsule histology: smooth and textured silicone-surfaced implants. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 102: 1922, 1998.
  76. Rudkin GH and Miller TA. The aging nasolabial fold and treatment by direct excision. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Vol. 104(5), October 1999: 1502-5.
  77. Chung C, Iida-Klein A, Wyatt L, Rudkin GH, Ishida K, Yamaguchi D, and Miller TA. Serial passage of MC3T3-E1 cells alters osteoblastic function and responsiveness to TGF-1 and BMP-2, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 265 (1), 1999: 246-251. 
  78. Huang W, Carlsen B, Rudkin GH, Shah N, Chung C, Ishida K, Yamaguchi DT, and Miller TA. "Effect of serial passage on gene expression in MC3T3-E1 preosteoblastic cells: A microarray study."  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 281, 2001: 1120-1126.
  79. Wyatt LE, Chung CY, Carlsen B, Iida-Klein A, Ishida K, Rudkin GH, Yamaguchi DT, and Miller TA. "Bone morphogenetic protein-2 (BMP-2) and transforming growth factor-1(TGF-?1) alter connexin 43 phosphorylation in MC3T3-E1 cells." BMC Cell Biology 2, 2001: 14-19.
  80. Miller TA. "Lateral subcutaneous brow lift." Aesthetic Surgery Journal 23 (3), 2003: 205-210
  81. Jarrahy R, Huang W, Rudkin GH, Lee JM, Ishida K, Berry MD, Sukkarieh M, Wu BM, Yamaguchi DT, and Miller TA. "Osteogenic differentiation is inhibited and angiogenic expression is enhanced in MC3T30E1 cells cultured on three-dimensional scaffolds," Journal of Cell Physiology 289:408, 2005.
  82. Dickinson BP, Kaufman MR, Bradley JP, Wasson KL, Gabbay JS, Ghadjar K, and Miller TA. "P15: Autologous fat transfer national consensus survey: Trends in techniques for harvest, preparation and application; and perception of short and long term results." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Abstract Supplement. 118(4) Supplement:98, September 15, 2006.
  83. Im DD, Kruger EA, Huang WR, Sayer G, Rudkin GH, Yamaguchi DT, Jarrahy R, Miller TA.  ERK1/2 is responsible for inhibition of osteogenesis in 3D cultured MC3T3-E1 cells. Tissue Engineering Part A, 2010, 16(11):3485-94
  84. Kruger EK, Im DD, Bischoff DS, Pereira CT, Huang W, Rudkin GH, Yamaguchi DT, and Miller TA. In Vitro Mineralization of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells on 3-D Type I Collagen  versus PLGA Scaffolds: A Comparative Analysis, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2011, 127(6):2301-11


Textbook Chapters

  1. Miller TA. Surgical Education: a Resident's Point of View. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Allen O. Whipple Surgical Society, Springfield, Illinois, 1971.
  2. Miller TA. Lymphedema. In C. Artz, I. Cohn and Davis (Eds.), Textbook of Surgery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders, 1976.
  3. Miller TA, and Korn HN. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. In T.K. Hunt and J.C. Davis (Eds.), Hyperbaric Oxygen and Burn Wound Healing. Bethesda, Maryland: Undersea Medical Society.
  4. Miller TA, and Wheeler ES. Free Muscle Grafts. In G. Brody and S. Fredericks (Eds.), Neurological Aspects of Reconstructive Surgery. C.V. Mosby, 1978.
  5. Miller TA. Burns of the Face. In C. Artz, J. Moncrief, and B. Pruitt (Eds.), Burns. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders, 1979.
  6. Miller TA. The Healing of Partial Thickness Skin Injuries, Wound Healing and Wound Infection. In T.K. Hunt (Ed.), Wound Healing and Wound Infections. Appleton, 1979.
  7. Miller TA. Lymphedema. In W. Grabb and J. Smith (Eds.), Plastic Surgery 3rd Ed. Boston, MA: Little Brown & Co., 1979.
  8. Miller TA. Lymphedema : A Commentary. In R.M. Goldwyn (Ed.), Long Term Results in Plastic Surgery. Boston, MA: Little Brown & Co., 1980.
  9. Miller TA.  Eyelid Reconstruction.  In M. Lesavoy (Ed.), Reconstruction of the Head and Neck.  Baltimore, Maryland: Williams and Wilkins, 1980.
  10. Miller TA. Nasal Reconstruction. In M. Lesavoy (Ed.), Reconstruction of the Head and Neck. Baltimore, Maryland: Williams and Wilkins, 1981.
  11. Miller TA, and Das SK. An Early Report of Free Muscle Grafts in Rabbits. In G. Freilinger (Ed.), Proceedings of Vienna Muscle Symposium. C.V. Mosby, 1981.
  12. Miller TA, and Goldstein EJ.  Bite Wound Infections. In J.A. Spittell (Ed.), Clinical Medicine Vol. 2. Baltimore, Maryland: Harper and Row, 1981.
  13. Miller TA, and Das SK. The Classification and Treatment of Lymphedema of the Extremity. In B. Williams (Ed)., Management Of Cutaneous Syndrome. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 1982.
  14. Thomas DS, and Miller TA. Management of Second Degree Burns. In A.J. Moss (Ed.), Pediatric Update. New York, New York: Eisenler, North-Holland,1983.
  15. Thomas DS, and Miller TA. Disease of the Lymphatic System. In W. Moore (Ed.), Vascular Surgery. New York, New York: Grune & Stratton, 1983.
  16. Miller TA. Lymphedema of the Extremity. In J.L. Cameron (Ed.), Current Surgical Therapy. Philadelphia, PA: B.C. Decker, 1984.
  17. Miller TA. Nasal Reconstruction in Head and Neck Surgery. Surgical Clinics of North America. Philadelphia, PA: Sanders, 1986.
  18. Kinney B, and Miller TA. Basic Principles of Lymphedema of the Extremities and their Management. In G. Georgiade, R. Refleohl, and Barwick (Eds.), Essentials of Plastic Maxillofacial and Reconstructive Surgery. Baltimore, Maryland: Williams & Wilkins, 1986.
  19. Miller TA. Surgical Management of Lymphedema of the Extremity. In H. Dudley and W. Pories (Eds.), Operative Surgery. London: Butterworth, 1986.
  20. Stewart LJ and Miller TA. The Lymphatic System. In W. Wilson, F. Veith, R. Hobson, and R. Williams (Eds.), Vascular Surgery. New York, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1987.
  21. Miller TA. Total Nasal Reconstruction: The Tagliacozzi Method. In B. Brent (Ed.), Artistry in Plastic Surgery. Washington, DC: C.V. Mosby, 1987.
  22. Miller TA. Lymphedema of the Lower Extremity. In B. Brent (Ed.), Artistry in Plastic Surgery. Washington, DC: C.V. Mosby, 1987.
  23. Miller TA. Post Mastectomy Lymphedema of the Arm. In B. Brent (Ed.), Artistry in Plastic Surgery.  Washington, DC: C.V. Mosby, 1987.
  24. Turk AE and Miller TA. Lymphedema and Surgical Tumor of the Lymphatic System. In W.S. Moore (Ed.), Vascular Surgery: A Comprehensive Review, 3rd Ed. Orlando, Florida: Grune & Stratton, 1989.
  25. Miller TA. Lymphedema. In J. Marsh (Ed.), Current Therapy in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Trunk and Extremities. B.C. Decker, 1989.
  26. Miller TA. The Repair and Grafting of Skeletal Muscle. In J. McCarthy (Ed.), Reconstructive Plastic Surgery. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 1990.
  27. Miller TA, and Turk AE.  Lymphedema. In J. Smith and S. Aston (Eds.), Plastic Surgery, 4th Ed. Boston, MA: Little Brown & Company, 1991.
  28. Turk A, Ishida K, Jensen J, Parsons T, and Miller TA. Repair of Cranial Defects in Rabbits Using a Bovine Osteoinductive Protein Preparation. In A. Dixon, B. Sarnak, and D. Hoyte (Eds.), Fundamentals of Bone Growth: Methodology and Applications. CRC Press, 1991.
  29. Sheng FD, Slate RK and Miller TA. Nasal Augmentation. In R. Daniel (Ed.), Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Boston, MA: Little Brown & Company, 1992.
  30. Ashby E, Abdou S and Miller TA. Lymphedema and Tumors of the Lymphatics. In W.S. Moore (Ed.), Vascular Surgery: A Comprehensive Review, 4th Ed. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, (n.d.).
  31. Abdou S, Ashby E, and Miller TA. Lymphedema. In W.P. Ritchie, Jr., G.D. Steele, Jr., and R.H. Dean (Eds.), General Surgery Essentials of Practice. Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Company, (n.d.).
  32. Abdou S, Ashby E, and Miller TA. Excisional Operations for Chronic Lymphedema. In R.B. Rutherford (Ed.), Vascular Surgery, 4th Ed. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company (n.d.)
  33. Rudkin GH, and Miller TA. Management of Primary Lymphedema. In C.A. Ernst and J.C. Stanley, (Eds.), Current Therapy in Vascular Surgery. Mosby Year Book, 1994.
  34. Miller TA and Wyatt LE, Lymphedema. Grabb and Smith's (Eds.) Plastic Surgery, 5th Ed. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Company, 1995.
  35. Wyatt LE and Miller TA. Lymphedema and Tumors of the Lymphatics. In W.S. Moore (Ed.), Vascular Surgery: A Comprehensive Review, 5th Ed. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company, 1997.
  36. Miller TA and Heffel DF. Lymphedema of the Extremity. Plastic Surgery: Indications, Operations, and Outcomes. Mosby Yearbook, Inc, 1997.
  37. Miller TA, Lorenz P, and Hedrick M, Malignant Skin Conditions. Plastic Surgery: Indications, Operations, and Outcomes. Mosby Yearbook, Inc. 1997.
  38. Rudkin GH, and Miller TA. Lymphedema. In Grabb and Smith's (Eds.) Plastic Surgery, 6th Ed. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Company, 2007.

Abstracts - Book Reviews

  1. O’Neill JA, Pruitt BA, Lempert N, Miller TA, and Vertal RM. Review of Studies of Renal Function in Burn Patients. In The Annual Report of U.S. Army Surgical Research Unit, 1966.
  2. Miller TA. Review of Lymphedema of the Extremity. In West. J. Med. 124: 92, 1974.
  3. Goldstein EJ, Caffee HH, Price JE, Citron DM, Miller TA, and Finegold SM. Review of the Bacteriology of Human and Animal Bite Infection.In Clin. Res. 25: 125a, 1978.
  4. Miller TA. Review of Leo Clodius (Ed.), Lymphedema. In Ann. Plast. Surg. 3(6): 584, 1979.
  5. Miller TA. Review of Muscle Reinnervation. In Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 69(4): 668, 1982.
  6. Miller TA. Review of The Vienna Muscle Symposium. In Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 80: 141, 1987.
  7. Wyatt LE, Peterson WJ, Rudkin GH, Bahadosingh F, Ishida K, Yamaguchi DT, Miller TA. Proliferative changes in MC3T3-E1 cells treated with bone morphogenetic protein-2 (BMP-2) and transforming growth factor (TGF) may be related to changes in gap junctional intercellular communication (GJIC).  American Federation For Clinical Research, Carmel, CA. 10 February 1995. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 43: A150, 1995.

 

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