Uretsky S, Chokshi N, Kobrinski T, Agarwal SK, Po JR, Awan H, Jagarlamudi A, Gudiwada SP, D'Avino RC, Rozanski A: The interplay of physician awareness and reporting of incidentally found coronary artery calcium on the clinical management of patients who underwent noncontrast chest computed tomography. American Journal of Cardiology 115 (11): 1513-7,2015.
Mehta N, Chokshi NP, Kirkpatrick, J: Cardiac Imaging in the Geriatric Population: What Do We Think We Know, and What Do We Need to Learn? Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases 57 (2): 204-14,2014.
Agarwal V, Chokshi NP, Fovino L, Thankachen J, Herzog E, Tamis-Holland J: Extensive Coronary Disease in a 24 year Old Woman without Traditional Risk Factors Presenting as Cardiac Arrest. Journal of Women's Health, Issues & Care 3 (3): 2014.
Chokshi NP, Grossman E, Messerli FH: Blood Pressure and Diabetes: Vicious Twins Heart
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Chokshi NP, Messerli FH, Sutin DG, Supariwala A, Shah NR: Appropriateness of Statins in Patients ≥80 Years of Age and Comparison to Other Age Groups
American Journal of Cardiology
110 (10): 1477-81,2012.
Palazzo A, Chokshi NP, Coven D: Coronary Angiography and Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. The Cardiac Care Unit Survival Guide Chapter 4 : 38-45,2012.
Chokshi NP, Agarwal SK, Kamath G, Chaudhry FA: Octogenarians Who Can Exercise During Stress Testing Have Better Outcomes: A Stress Echocardiography Study Circulation : 2012.
Chokshi NP, Sutin D, Shah NR: The High Prevalence of Statins in the Very Elderly Without Clear Indication. American College of Physicians Annual Tri-state Meeting : 2010.
Chokshi NP, Iqbal SN, Berger RL, Hochman JS, Feit F, Slater JN, Pena-Sing I, Yatskar L, Keller NM, Babaev A, Attubato MJ, Reynolds HR.: Sex and race are associated with the absence of epicardial coronary artery obstructive disease at angiography in patients with acute coronary syndromes. Clinical Cardiology 33 (8): 495-501,2010.
Chokshi NP; Berger, RL; Hochman, JS; Keller, NM; Feit, F; Attubato, MJ; Slater, JN; Pena-Sing, I; Babaev, A; Reynolds, HR: Sex and Race are Associated with the Finding of Non-obstructive Coronary Artery Disease in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes. Journal of the American College of Cardiology (51): A217,2008.