Radiology Personnel

William Shuman, M.D., F.A.C.R.

Professor Emeritus, Department of Radiology
University of Washington, School of Medicine
Abdominal Imaging

Biography

Dr. Shuman is a UW Radiology Professor Emeritus. His professional interests center on body imaging with CT and MR, particularly cardiac imaging with non-invasive techniques.

Awards and Honors

Recent Publications

See all publications on Scopus

Feasibility of wide detector three-pass arterial phase liver CT in patients with cirrhosis: timing of hyperenhancing lesion peak conspicuity
Soloff E.V., Desai N., Busey J.M., Koprowicz K.M., Shuman W.P.
Abdominal Radiology. 2020 Jan

Accuracy of Myocardial Blood Flow Estimation From Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Cardiac CT Compared With PET
Alessio A., Bindschadler M., Busey J., Shuman W., Caldwell J., Branch K.
Circulation. Cardiovascular imaging. 2019 Jun:e008323

Diagnostic yield of non-invasive imaging in patients following non-traumatic out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest: A systematic review
Petek B., Erley C., Kudenchuk P., Carlbom D., Strote J., Gatewood M., Shuman W., Hira R., Gunn M., Maynard C., Branch K.
Resuscitation. 2019 Feb:183-190

Bridging the Radiation Oncology and Diagnostic Radiology Communication Gap: A Survey to Determine Usefulness and Optimal Presentation of Radiotherapy Treatment Plans for Radiologists
Schaub S., Ermoian R., Wang C., O'Malley R., Kim E., Shuman W., Hendrickson K., Apisarnthanarax S.
Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology. 2019 Jan

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

Dual-energy CT workflow: multi-institutional consensus on standardization of abdominopelvic MDCT protocols
Patel B., Alexander L., Allen B., Berland L., Borhani A., Mileto A., Moreno C., Morgan D., Sahani D., Shuman W., Tamm E., Tublin M., Yeh B., Marin D.
Abdominal Radiology. 2017 Mar:676-687

Prospective comparison of dual-energy CT aortography using 70% reduced iodine dose versus single-energy CT aortography using standard iodine dose in the same patient
Shuman W., O’Malley R., Busey J., Ramos M., Koprowicz K.
Abdominal Radiology. 2017 Mar:759-765

White paper of the society of computed body tomography and magnetic resonance on dual-energy CT, part 4: Abdominal and pelvic applications
De Cecco C., Boll D., Bolus D., Dennis Foley W., Kaza R., Morgan D., Rofsky N., Sahani D., Joseph Schoepf U., Shuman W., Siegel M., Vrtiska T., Yeh B., Berland L.
Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 2017 Jan:8-14

White paper of the society of computed body tomography and magnetic resonance on dual-energy CT, part 3: Vascular, cardiac, pulmonary, and musculoskeletal applications
De Cecco C., Joseph Schoepf U., Steinbach L., Boll D., Dennis Foley W., Kaza R., Bolus D., Morgan D., Sahani D., Shuman W., Siegel M., Vrtiska T., Yeh B., Berland L.
Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 2017 Jan:1-7

Wide-detector axial CT versus 4 cm detector helical CT for transcatheter aortic valve replacement: iodine dose, radiation, and image quality
Shuman W., Green D., Busey J., Ramos M., Branch K., Koprowicz K., Kanal K.
Clinical Imaging. 2016 Nov:1213-1218