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Dr. Smita Jain Md

19020 33Rd Ave W Suite 210
Lynnwood WA 98036
425 631-1500
Medical School: Loyola University Of Chicago, Stritch School Of Medicine - 1990
Accepts Medicare: No
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Participates In EHR: Yes
License #: MD00040833
NPI: 1467489229
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HCPCS Code:G0204 Description:Diagnosticmammographydigital Average Price:$110.64 Average Price Allowed
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HCPCS Code:G0202 Description:Screeningmammographydigital Average Price:$88.10 Average Price Allowed
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HCPCS Code:76645 Description:Us exam breast(s) Average Price:$69.19 Average Price Allowed
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Screening mammography, producing direct digital image, bilateral, all views
Computer-aided detection (computer algorithm analysis of digital image data for lesion detection) with further review for interpretation, with or without digitization of film radiographic images; diagnostic mammography (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)
Computer-aided detection (computer algorithm analysis of digital image data for lesion detection) with further review for interpretation, with or without digitization of film radiographic images; screening mammography (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)
Diagnostic mammography, producing direct 2-d digital image, bilateral, all views
Diagnostic mammography, producing direct 2-d digital image, unilateral, all views

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Effect of Ipomea carnea Jacq. flowers on hematological changes in toluene diisocyanate-induced inflammation in Wistar rats. - Chinese journal of natural medicines
To investigate the active chloroform fraction of the ethanol extract of Ipomoea carnea flowers on hematological changes in toluene diisocyanate-induced inflammation in Wistar rats.Except for the control group, all of the rats were sensitized with intranasal application of 5 μL of 10% toluene diisocyanate (TDI) for 7 days. One week after second sensitization, all of the rats were provoked with 5 μL of 5% TDI to induce airway hypersensitivity. After the last challenge, blood and bronchoalvelor lavage (BAL) fluid were collected and subjected to total and differential leucocytes count. Flash chromatography was performed on the most active chloroform fraction to isolate an individual component.Treatment with the ethanolic extract and its chloroform fraction at an oral dose of 200 mg·kg⁻¹ showed a significant decrease in circulating neutrophil and eosinophil in blood and BAL as compared with standard dexamethasone (DEXA). The structure of the compound obtained from chloroform fraction of Ipomea carnea was elucidated as stigmast-5, 22-dien-3β-ol on the basis of spectral data analysis.The chloroform fraction was found to be more effective to suppress airway hyper reactivity symptoms, and decreased count of both total and differential inflammatory cells.Copyright © 2014 China Pharmaceutical University. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Gene environment interaction in urinary bladder cancer with special reference to organochlorine pesticide: a case control study. - Cancer biomarkers : section A of Disease markers
Urinary bladder cancer (UBC) is a common disease worldwide with a higher incidence rate in developed countries. Organochlorine pesticides (OCPs), potent endocrine disrupters, are found to be associated with several cancers such as prostate, breast, bladder, etc. Glutathione S-transferase (GST) is a polymorphic supergene family involved in the detoxification of numerous environmental toxins including OCPs. The present study was carried out in UBC subjects (n=50) and healthy control subjects (n=50) with an aim to determine the role of GSTM1 and GSTT1 polymorphism and its implication on the OCP detoxification or bioaccumulation which may increase the risk of UBC in humans. This study was also designed to identify the "gene-environment interaction" specifically between gene polymorphism in xenobiotic metabolizing genetic enzyme(s) and blood OCP levels. GSTM1/GSTT1 gene polymorphism was analysed by using multiplex PCR. OCPs levels in whole blood were estimated by Gas chromatography equipped with electron capture detector. The results demonstrated a significant (p< 0.05) increase in frequency of GSTM1^{-}/GSTT1^{-} (null) genotype in UBC cases without interfering the distribution of other GSTT1/GSTM1 genotypes. The blood levels of alpha (α), Beta (β), Gamma (γ), total - Hexachlorcyclohexane (HCH) and para-para - dichlorodiphenyltrichloroetane (p,p'-DDT) were found to be significantly (p< 0.05) high in UBC cases as compared to controls. Multiple regression analysis revealed a significant interaction between β-HCH and GSTM1^{-} genotype (p< 0.05) as well as in β-HCH and GSTT1^{-} genotype (p< 0.05) respectively. These findings indicate that "gene-environment interaction" may play a key role in increasing the risk for UBC in individuals who are genetically more susceptible due to presence of GSTM1/GSTT1 null deletion during their routine encounter with or exposure to OCPs.
Possible role of oxidative stress and brain derived neurotrophic factor in triazophos induced cognitive impairment in rats. - Neurochemical research
Triazophos, O,O-diethyl-1-H-1,2,4-triazol-3-yl phosphorothioate, (TZ) is an organophosphate pesticide widely used as an insecticide in agriculture fields, however, its adverse effects on cognitive function remain unknown till date. The present study was designed to identify the effect of TZ on cognitive function in order to gain an insight into the molecular mechanism(s) probably involved in TZ induced toxicity. Wistar male albino rats were orally administered with TZ at 8.2 mg/kg bw daily for 30 days. Cognitive function was assessed by evaluating step down latency (SDL) in passive avoidance apparatus, transfer latency (TL) on elevated plus maze and escape latency (EL) using morris water maze. The biochemical changes, in terms of malondialdehyde (MDA), reduced glutathione (GSH) and brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) levels were evaluated in hippocampi regions. Relative mRNA expression and protein expression of BDNF were also evaluated. The results demonstrated that rats treated with TZ showed significantly (p < 0.01) reduced SDL and prolonged TL and EL as compared to control group rats. Moreover, significantly low (p < 0.01) mRNA expression and protein levels (p < 0.001) of BDNF, increased MDA and reduced GSH levels were observed in TZ treated rats. The study concludes that chronic exposure to TZ significantly impairs the learning and memory which may be attributed to the significantly reduced mRNA and protein expression of BDNF in hippocampus. Moreover, BDNF is negatively correlated to MDA levels and positively correlated to GSH levels. Hence, it can be suggested that interplay between BDNF and oxidative stress plays an important role in mediating the toxic effects of TZ.
Role of pesticides in the induction of tumor angiogenesis. - Anticancer research
Due to their estrogen-mimicking ability, pesticides are considered as prime etiological suspects of increasing tumor incidence, although a direct link is still undefined. The present study aimed to identify the effect of xenoestrogens (lindane, propoxur and endosulfan) at 20 mg/l each on tumorigenesis, by evaluating endothelial cell proliferation, H(3) thymidine incorporation, wound healing, ascites formation and secretion, shell less Chorio Allantoic Membrane (CAM) formation using in vitro, as well as in vivo, models. The genotoxic effect of xenoestrogens in terms of DNA damage was also studied. The results showed that the endothelial cell proliferation, H(3) thymidine incorporation, wound healing, CAM formation were increased following xenoestrogen exposure, but the intensity of angiogenesis was dependent on the structural homology of these xenoestrogens to endogenous estrogen. Moreover, lindane was the most potent angiogenesis stimulator followed by propoxur and Endosulfan. Further studies were undertaken to examine lindane for its possible carcinogenicity. However, no effect was observed on the integrity of DNA after exposure to these xenoestrogens.
Quinalphos induced oxidative stress and histoarcheitectural alterations in adult male albino rats. - Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
Quinalphos is a synthetic organophosphate used as a broad spectrum insecticide and acaricide. The present study investigates the effect of three sub-lethal doses (0.52, 1.04, 2.6 mg/kg b.wt) of quinalphos for variable durations (15, 30 and 90 days) on oxidative stress and histopathological changes in adult male rats. Quinalphos treatment for 15 and 30 days resulted in a dose dependent significant increase in malondialdehyde (MDA) levels and glutathione-S-transferase (GST) activity together with a concurrent decrease in ferric reducing ability of plasma (FRAP) and glutathione (GSH) content. Quinalphos treatment for 90 days also induced a significant increase in MDA levels and GST activity but the effect was not dose-dependent. Histopathological examination of liver revealed architectural disarray and dilatation of sinusoids, focal fatty changes, accumulation of eosinophils and single cell necrosis with increasing doses. However, spleen and kidney did not show any histological changes. Administration of quinalphos resulted in oxidative stress and free radical induced injury as evidenced by increased lipid peroxidation, decreased FRAP and histopathological changes in liver.Copyright © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
A randomized, prospective study of efficacy and safety of oral tramadol in the management of post-herpetic neuralgia in patients from north India. - Pain practice : the official journal of World Institute of Pain
To evaluate the safety and efficacy of oral tramadol therapy (50 to 200 mg/day) in the treatment for post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN).The study was a prospective, single-blind, non-responder vs. responder, randomized trial conducted in 100 outpatients of PHN after oral administration of tramadol for 4 weeks. Those patients who had achieved 50% or greater pain relief after 14 days of oral tramadol treatment were categorized as responders and those reporting < 50% pain relief were categorized as non-responders. Rescue analgesia was provided by the topical application of a cream consisting of the combination of 3.33% doxepin and 0.05% capsaicin to the affected areas of PHN patients of both groups for at least 14 days, along with tramadol therapy. The rescue analgesia was extended to 4 weeks in patients of the non-responder group. The primary endpoints were measured using a numerical rating scale (NRS) at rest and with movement. Secondary endpoints included additional pain ratings such as global perceived effect (GPE), Neuropathic Pain Symptom Inventory scores (NPSI), daily sleep interference score (DSIS), quality of life (QOL) as per WHO QOL-BREF Questionnaire scores, patient and clinician ratings of global improvement. The 2 groups were compared on the basis of pain intensity scores, encompassing primary as well as secondary endpoints, and QOL after 28 days of the treatment regimen.Pain intensity scores measured by NRS (at resting and with movement), NPSI, and DSIS were consistently reduced (P < 0.001) over 28 days at varying intervals in both the groups, but the magnitude of reduction was higher in responders than non-responders. A concomitant improvement (P < 0.001) was observed in GPE on days 3, 14, and 28 as compared to the respective baseline scores in both the groups. Although the WHO QOL-BREF scores showed significant (P < 0.001) improvement in QOL of PHN patients at days 14 and 28 in both the groups, the magnitude of improvement was higher in responders as compared to non-responders. Significant improvement in pain intensity scores and QOL in non-responders is mainly attributed to the use of rescue analgesia for 28 days rather than recommended tramadol therapy.Treatment with tramadol 50 to 200 mg per day was associated with significant pain reduction in terms of enhanced pain relief, reduced sleep interference, greater global improvement, diminished side-effect profile, and improved QOL in PHN patients from North India. Further categorization of PHN patients may be helpful so that additional or alternative therapy may be prescribed to non-responders.© 2012 The Authors. Pain Practice © 2012 World Institute of Pain.
Induction of oxidative stress and histopathological changes by sub-chronic doses of triazophos. - Indian journal of biochemistry & biophysics
The effect of triazophos (O, O-diethyl O-1-phenyl-1 H-1, 2, 4-triazol-3-yl phosphorothioate), a widely used insecticide was studied on the induction of oxidative stress and histological alterations at sub-chronic doses in male albino rats. Oral administration of triazophos at concentrations of 1.64, 3.2 and 8.2 mg/kg body wt for 30 days produced dose as well as time-dependent increase in the lipid peroxidation (determined by malondialdehyde levels) and glutathione-S-transferase (GST) activity in serum with aconcomitant decrease in ferric reducing ability of plasma (FRAP) and blood glutathione (GSH) content. Histopathological examination of liver of triazophos-treated rats showed significant and progressive degenerative changes as compared to control, which could be due to induction of oxidative stress. However, no significant histopathological changes were observed in spleen, kidney and brain at either dose of triazophos with respect to control. These results indicated that oral administration of triazophos was associated with enhanced lipid peroxidation and compromised antioxidant defence in rats in dose and time-dependent manner. Thus the present study demonstrated for the first time the role of oxidative stress as the important mechanism involved in the stimulation of hepatic histoarchitectural alterations at sub-chronic doses of triazophos in rats.
Groin pain after a tension-free vaginal tape or similar suburethral sling: management strategies. - BJU international
To review different treatment strategies for women with groin pain after tension-free vaginal tape (TVT) or similar suburethral sling procedures.The series comprised 450 women who had a TVT procedure, with a follow-up of 3-50 months. Five women (1%) reported significant groin pain and were offered further treatment. In addition, one woman was referred from another centre and received treatment.Women with pain were initially treated conservatively, and in most the pain resolved and required no further treatment. Persistent or severe discomfort was treated with a combined steroid (methyl prednisolone, 2 mL, 80 mg) and local anaesthetic (bupivacaine, 10 mL, 0.5%) injection in four women. There were no side-effects from the treatment. One woman was relieved of her pain and required no further treatment. In one woman the local injections failed to improve her symptoms but the pain was not severe enough to warrant further treatment. Two women developed recurrent pain after an initially successful injection, and in these women the TVT was excised. One woman referred from another centre was primarily treated with TVT excision. In the three women treated with distal tape excision, the mean pain scores decreased from 8.7 before excision to 0.7 afterward. One woman is awaiting tape excision.If conservative management fails to relieve the symptoms of groin pain it can be treated by injecting a mixture of steroid and local anaesthetic. However, local injection failed to provide long-term relief in three of four women. More severe symptoms might require TVT mesh dissection and excision, which provided significant pain relief.
Clinical evaluation of a new model of self-obtained method for the assessment of genital human papilloma virus infection in an underserved population. - Chang Gung medical journal
We designed a self-sampling method to collect exfoliated genital cells for human papilloma virus (HPV) detection. The aim was to assess whether it was suitable as an assistant tool for the early detection of cervical pre-cancer and cancer in a special category of the women who are not frequently screened for cervical cancer.We compared the results of HPV detection that were self-obtained and physician-obtained cervical swabs from the same patient that were analyzed using hybrid capture II assay. The diagnostic rate of cervical pre-cancer and cancer between self-obtained method and physician-obtained method were analyzed.A total of 1194 women were prospectively registered from September 1997 through September 1999. Among them, 144 (12.1%) of self-test samples and 155 (13%) of physician-obtained samples were oncogenetic associated-HPV positive. Statistically, no significant differences existed in the screening rate for cervical cancer using either the self-collected samples or the physician-obtained samples (p > .05). The sensitivity of cervical precancer or cancer detection using self-obtained HPV testing was higher (96.3%) as compared with the Pap smear (79.2%) (p < .02).The detection correlation of the HPV test between the self-obtained method and physician-obtained method was 93%. Our results indicated that self-sampling was a reliable method for testing for HPV. The identification of HPV infection through the self-obtained method can be used in early identification of high-risk women with cervical precancer and cancer especially in underserved populations.
Comparison of laparoscopic and conventional surgery in the treatment of early cervical cancer. - The Journal of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
To compare efficacy, results, and complications of laparoscopic-assisted radical hysterectomy (LARH) and pelvic lymphadenectomy with abdominal radical hysterectomy (ARH) and pelvic lymphadenectomy in management of early (stages 1a2, 1b) invasive cervical carcinoma.Prospective cohort study (Canadian Task Force classification II-2).University-affiliated hospital.Sixty women enrolled for radical hysterectomy as most appropriate primary treatment.Radical hysterectomy performed by laparoscopy or laparotomy.Thirty patients each underwent LARH and ARH. The groups did not differ in terms of age, weight, disease stage, operating time, and hospital stay. Mean blood loss was 962 +/- 543 ml for ARH and 450 +/- 284 ml for LARH. No laparoscopic procedure was converted to laparotomy. There was no significant difference in intraoperative and postoperative complications. There was no significant difference in recurrence rates.LARH with pelvic lymphadenectomy does not increase recurrence rates and morbidity when performed by experienced endoscopists and oncologists.

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