Radiology Personnel

Achille Mileto, MD

Assistant Professor
Director, Computed Tomography
Abdominal Imaging


Dr. Mileto earned his M.D. from the University of Messina (Italy), where he also completed a 5-year Diagnostic Radiology Residency program. He first came to the United States in 2014 for an abdominal imaging Research Fellowship at Duke University, and then moved to the University of Washington in 2016 for a body imaging clinical fellowship, following which he joined the Faculty in the Body Imaging division as an Assistant Professor.

Dr. Mileto is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Abdominal Radiology and European Society of Radiology. He is a Member of the Scientific Editorial Board of the journal European Radiology for the CT section.

Clinical interests include body CT imaging applications, noninvasive characterization of solid abdominal tumors, dual-energy and spectral CT imaging, and renal mass and renal cell carcinoma imaging.

Research interests include multi-observer-based studies, radiation dose optimization strategies, use of dual- and multi-energy CT applications for improving detection and characterization of abdominal tumors, devising novel techniques and quantitative imaging biomarkers to non-invasively characterize renal masses, and development of novel imaging-based paradigms to assess response to treatment.

Recent Publications

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Dual-energy CT of pediatric abdominal oncology imaging: Private tour of new applications of CT technology
Kamps S.E., Otjen J.P., Stanescu A.L., Mileto A., Lee E.Y., Phillips G.S.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2020 May:967-975

Lumbar Puncture: Creation and Resident Acceptance of a Low-Cost, Durable, Reusable Fluoroscopic Phantom with a Fluid-Filled Spinal Canal for Training at an Academic Program
Lerner D.J., Gifford S.E., Olafsen N., Mileto A., Soloff E.
AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology. 2020 Mar:548-550

Dual-energy CT in diffuse liver disease: is there a role?
Elbanna K.Y., Mansoori B., Mileto A., Rogalla P., S. GuimarĂ£es L.
Abdominal Radiology. 2020 Jan

Clinical and Payer-Based Analysis of Value of Dual-Energy Computed Tomography for Workup of Incidental Abdominal Findings
Itani M., Bresnahan B., Rice K., Gunn M., Wang S., Revels J., Mileto A.
Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 2019 Jul:605-611

Systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the diagnostic yield of dual-energy CT for renal mass assessment
Bellini D., Panvini N., Laghi A., Marin D., Patel B., Wang C., Carbone I., Mileto A.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 May:1044-1053

Multireader determination of clinically significant obstruction using hyperpolarized 129 Xe–ventilation MRI
Ebner L., Virgincar R., He M., Choudhury K., Robertson S., Christe A., Mileto A., Mammarapallil J., Page McAdams H., Driehuys B., Roos J.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 Apr:758-765

State of the art in abdominal CT: The limits of iterative reconstruction algorithms
Mileto A., Guimaraes L., McCollough C., Fletcher J., Yu L.
Radiology. 2019 Jan:491-503

Comparison of iodine quantification and conventional attenuation measurements for differentiating small, truly enhancing renal masses from high-attenuation nonenhancing renal lesions with dual-energy CT
Meyer M., Nelson R., Vernuccio F., Gonzalez F., Schabel C., Mileto A., Patel B., Schoenberg S., Marin D.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 Jan:W37

Dual-Energy CT urography with 50% reduced iodine dose versus single-energy CT urography with standard iodine dose
Shuman W., Mileto A., Busey J., Desai N., Koprowicz K.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2019 Jan:117-123

CT as a functional imaging technique
Revels J.W., Mileto A.
Computed Tomography: Approaches, Applications, and Operations. 2019 Jan:333-345