Dr. Neil Wimberley is a pulmonologist and is board certified in internal medicine and pulmonary disease by the American Board. Being specialized in pulmonary disease, he is able to treat affections of the lungs and the whole respiratory system. Dr. Wimberley has published two writings of medical interest in partnership with other doctors. One is entitled “An intracavitary fungus ball composed of syncephalastrum.” and the other refers to the fiberoptic bronchoscopy technique. Currently, Dr. Wimberley works with Mobile Infirmary Medical Center.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Disease
A fiberoptic bronchoscopy technique to obtain uncontaminated lower airway secretions for bacterial culture.
Wimberley, N., Faling, L. J., Bartlett, J. G.; Am Rev Respir Dis. 1979 Mar.See more >>
An intracavitary fungus ball composed of syncephalastrum.
Kirkpatrick, M. B., Pollock, H. M., Wimberley, N. E., Bass, J. B., Davidson, J. R., Boyd, B. W.; Am Rev Respir Dis. 1979 Oct.See more >>