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Thomas Generalovich, MD


Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine


Phone: 412-232-9030

Office: UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute
1315 Locust Street Building C, Suite G-100
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-232-9030
Fax: 412-232-9036
Education and Training
BS Biology, University of Pittsburgh, 1972
MD, University of Pennsylvania, 1976
Internal Medicine Residency, Northwestern Memorial Hospital Chicago Illinois, 1979
Chief Medical Resident, Lakeside VAMC Chicago Illinois, 1980
Cardiology Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1982
Clinical Interest
Dr. Generalovich is a cardiologist who practices general cardiology at UPMC Mercy and UPMC South Hills.
For my complete bibliography, Click Here.
Selected Publications:
Ladani AP, Biswas A, Vaghasia N, Generalovich T. Unusual presentation of listerial myocarditis and the diagnostic value of cardiac magnetic resonance. Tex Heart J. 2015; 42(3): 255-8.
Hakas JF Jr, Generalovich T. Spontaneous regression of cardiomyopathy in a patient with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Chest. 1991; 99(3): 770-2.
Seaberg DC, Generalovich T. Hemorrhagic compression of the phrenic nerve after streptokinase infusion. Am J Emerg Med. 1989; 7(2): 185-6.
Weiss LD, Generalovich T, Heller MB, Paris PM, Stewart RD, Kaplan RM, Thompson DR. Methemoglobin levels following intravenous lidocaine administration. Ann Emerg Med. 1987; 16(3): 323-5.
Uretsky BF, Generalovich T, Verbalis JG, Valdes AM, Reddy PS. Comparative hemodynamic and hormonal response of enoximone and dobutamine in severe congestive heart failure. Am J Cardiol. 1986; 58(1): 110-6.
Uretsky BF, Generalovich T, Verbalis JG, Valdes AM, Reddy PS. MDL 17,043 therapy in severe congestive heart failure: characterization of the early and late hemodynamic, pharmacokinetic, hormonal and clinical response. J Am Coll Cardiol. 1985; 5(6): 1414-21.
Uretsky BF, Verbalis JG, Generalovich T, Valdes A, Reddy PS. Plasma vasopressin response to osmotic and hemodynamic stimuli in heart failure. Am J Physiol. 1985; 248(3 Pt 2) Mar: H396-402.
Uretsky BF, Generalovich T, Reddy PS, Salerni R, Valdes AM, Spangenberg RB, Lang JF, Okerholm RA. Acute hemodynamic effect of oral MDL 17,043 in severe congestive heart failure. Am J Cardiol. 1984; 54(3): 357-62.
Uretsky BF, Generalovich T, Reddy PS, Spangenberg RB, Follansbee, WP. The acute hemodynamic effects of a new agent, MDL 17,043, in the treatment of congestive heart failure. Circulation. 1983; 67(4): 823-8.