Thomas Eiman, MD
Dr. Thomas Eiman is a pathologist based in San Francisco, California. He has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years. He is a board-certified practitioner in anatomic pathology and clinical pathology. Dr. Eiman graduated from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and he completed a residency stage in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of California, San Francisco. He contributed to the research field with several published studies that dealt with subjects like soft-tissue anatomy, a new heart failure model, finger arteries and fibromuscular proliferation, the venous system’s arterialization, cryopreserved knee joints microvascular transplantation, and midgestational sciatic nerve transection. Dr. Thomas Eiman is affiliated with the California Pacific Medical Center.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
American Board of Pathology
Soft-tissue anatomy anterior to the human patella.
Dye, S. F., Campagna-Pinto, D., Dye, C. C., Shifflett, S., Eiman, T.; J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2003 Jun.See more >>
A new heart failure model in rat by an end-to-side femoral vessel anastomosis.
Ozek, C., Zhang, F., Lineaweaver, W. C., Chin, B. T., Eiman, T., Newlin, L., Buncke, H. J.; Cardiovasc Res. 1998 Jan.See more >>
Fibromuscular proliferation in finger arteries after hand replantation: a case report.
Meuli-Simmen, C., Eiman, T., Alpert, B. S., Meyer, V. E., Buncke, G. M., Buncke, H. J.; Microsurgery. 1996.See more >>