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Dr. Jeannie Han Md

4950 W Sunset Blvd Dept. Of Radiation Oncology
Los Angeles CA 90027
323 835-5187
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
Participates In eRX: No
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: No
License #: 125-053223
NPI: 1093995870
Taxonomy Codes:
207R00000X 2085R0001X

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A comparative study of stereotactic radiosurgery, hypofractionated, and fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy in the treatment of skull base meningioma. - American journal of clinical oncology
To compare the outcomes of skull base meningiomas treated with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), hypofractionated stereotactic radiotherapy (hFSRT), and fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy (FSRT).A total of 220 basal meningiomas in 213 patients were treated using SRS (N=55), hFSRT (N=22), and FSRT (N=143). The median age was 59 years (28 to 84 y). Prior surgery was performed in 74 cases; 39 patients received adjuvant radiotherapy after incomplete resection and 35 patients received salvage radiotherapy after tumor progression. In 146 cases, radiation was the primary therapy. Ten patients had World Health Organization II or III meningiomas.The median follow-up was 32 months (7 to 97 mo). Median tumor volume was 2.8 cm (0.10 to 16.94 cm), 4.8 cm (0.88 to 20.38 cm), and 11.1 cm (0.43 to 214.00 cm) and the median dose was 1250 cGy in 1 fraction to the 80% isodose line (IDL), 2500 cGy in 5 fractions to the 90% IDL, and 5040 cGy in 28 fractions to the 90% IDL for the SRS, hFSRT, and FSRT groups, respectively. Radiographic control was achieved in 91%, 94%, and 95% (P=0.25), whereas clinical response was seen in 89%, 100%, and 91% (P=0.16) in the SRS, hFSRT, and FSRT groups, respectively.There is no significant difference in the radiographic and clinical response in patients with skull base meningioma treated with SRS, hFSRT, or FSRT and thus gives the clinician the impetus to tailor treatment techniques to the location and size of the tumor at presentation.
From heterocoagulated colloids to core-shell particles. - Journal of colloid and interface science
Heterocoagulation of large and small oppositely charged colloid particles, accompanied by spreading of small beads over the surface of large spheres, offers a promising alternative to synthesis of core-shell particles via interfacial polymerization. In this paper, conditions required for complete spreading of the shell-forming polymer over the surface of the core-forming material (CFM) are predicted in terms of a critical distance, x(cr), between the small particles on the surface of the CFM. The theoretical value of x(cr) is tested in experiments conducted for polypyrrole/polyacrylic and silica-titanyl sulfate/polyacrylic heterocoagulate units.

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