Radiology Personnel

Mariam Moshiri, M.D.

Professor
Body Imaging

Biography

Dr. Moshiri is an associate professor in the diagnostic radiology department with fellowship training in body imaging. Her areas of expertise include high-risk obstetric imaging, male and female genitourinary imaging, and gastrointestinal imaging.

She conducts research in her areas of expertise and serves on various committees of several national radiologic societies. She is the recipient of several awards from these societies for excellence in educational activities. She is also fellow of Society of Abdominal Radiology, and served as the body imaging fellowship program director at UW for four years.

Dr. Moshiri has earned her bachelor’s degree from New York University and her M.D. from State University of NY School of Medicine at Brooklyn. She completed her fellowship at University of Maryland Medical Center. Her first academic posting was at Northwestern University Medical Center in Chicago, and eventually joined UW in 2005.

Recent Publications

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CT detectability of small low-contrast hypoattenuating focal lesions: Iterative reconstructions versus filtered back projection
Mileto A., Zamora D., Alessio A., Pereira C., Liu J., Bhargava P., Carnell J., Cowan S., Dighe M., Gunn M., Kim S., Kolokythas O., Lee J., Maki J., Moshiri M., Nasrullah A., O'Malley R., Schmiedl U., Soloff E., Toia G., Wang C., Kanal K.
Radiology. 2018 Nov:443-454

Fetal urinary tract anomalies: Review of pathophysiology, imaging, and management
Mileto A., Itani M., Katz D., Siebert J., Dighe M., Dubinsky T., Moshiri M.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2018 May:1010-1021

B-Flow imaging of the placenta: A feasibility study
Dighe M., Moshiri M., Jolley J., Thiel J., Hippe D.
Ultrasound. 2018 Jan

Inter-observer Variability in the American College of Radiology Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System: In-Depth Analysis and Areas for Improvement
Itani M., Assaker R., Moshiri M., Dubinsky T., Dighe M.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology. 2018 Jan

Mentorship in Radiology
Kostrubiak D., Kwon M., Lee J., Flug J., Hoffmann J., Moshiri M., Patlas M., Katz D.
Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. 2017 Sep:385-390

The Reliability of a Standardized Reporting System for the Diagnosis of Appendicitis
Simianu V., Shamitoff A., Hippe D., Godwin B., Shriki J., Drake F., O'Malley R., Maximin S., Bastawrous S., Moshiri M., Lee J., Cuevas C., Dighe M., Flum D., Bhargava P.
Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. 2017 Jul:267-274

Genital and reproductive organ complications of Crohn disease: technical considerations as it relates to perianal disease, imaging features, and implications on management
Kammann S., Menias C., Hara A., Moshiri M., Siegel C., Safar B., Brandes S., Shaaban A., Sandrasegaran K.
Abdominal Radiology. 2017 Jun:1752-1761

“Incidentalomas” on abdominal and pelvic CT in emergency radiology: literature review and current management recommendations
Behbahani S., Mittal S., Patlas M., Moshiri M., Menias C., Katz D.
Abdominal Radiology. 2017 Apr:1046-1061

Increased fetal lung T2 signal is not due to increasing surfactant concentration: an in vitro T2 mapping analysis
Dubinsky T., Moshiri M., Waldorf K., Wilson G., Maki J., Hippe D.
Prenatal Diagnosis. 2017 Mar:211-214

Placental imaging: Normal appearance with review of pathologic findings1
Fadl S., Moshiri M., Fligner C., Katz D., Dighe M.
Radiographics. 2017 Jan:979-998