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Linda W. Chan, M.D. et. al. Is Radiation Indicated in patients with Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ and close or positive mastectomy margins?.  International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, and Physics.  Vol. X, No. X., Pgs 1-6.

Harsolia, A., Kestin, L., Grills, I., Wallace, M., Jolly, S., Jones, C., Lala, M., Martinez, A., Schell, S., Vicini, F. Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) Results in a Significant Decrease in Clinical Toxicities when Compared to Conventional Wedge Based Breast Radiation Therapy .  International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology. Vol. 68(5): 1375-138.  Aug. 01, 2007

1- Melva Pinn-Bingham, MD,* Ajmel A. Puthawala, MD,
A.M. Nisar Syed, MD, Anil Sharma, PhD, Philip DiSaia, MD, Michael Berman, MD, Krishnansu S. Tewari, MD,Leslie Randall-Whitis, MD,Usama Mahmood, MD, Nilam Ramsinghani, MD,*Jeffrey Kuo, MD,* Wen-Pin Chen, MS,and Christine E. McLaren, PhD
Outcomes of High-Dose-Rate Interstitial Brachytherapy in the Treatment of Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer: Long-term Results
Radiation Oncology International Journal of biology physics
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A.M.Nisar Syed, M.D., F.R.C.S., * AJMEL PATHUWALA, M.D..,F.A.C.R.,*JOEL M.CHERLOW,M.D.,PH.D.,PETER A.AUSTIN,M.D.,* RICHARD SPOSTO,PH.D.,*AND NILAMS. RAMSINGHANI,M.sD
BRACHYTHERQAPY FOR PRIMARY AND RECURRENT NASOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA: 20 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE AT LONG BEACH MEMORIAL Int J Radiation Oncology Biol Phys., vol.47.No s pp 1311-1321,2000

A.M. NISAR SYED,MD,FRCS,DMRT, AJMAL PATHUWALA,MD, STEPHEN R . SEVERANCE BARRY J. ZAMOST MD
INTRALUMINAL IRRADIATIONIN THE TREATMENT OF ESOPHAGEAL CANCER ENDOCURLE THERAPY/ HYPERTHERMIA ONCOLOGY 1987;105-113

A Puthawala MD, M Muniruzzaman Phd, N Syed MD, J Cherlow MD, S Damore MD, A Harsolia MD, L Chan MD, B Rabbani Phd, Atessa Kiani
Recurrent Head & Neck Cancer SBRT: Retrospective Outcome Analysis poster presented at The Radiosurgery Society The SRS/ SBRT Scientitific Meeting 2014, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Ajmel Pathuwala Ly Do, MD,* Ajmel Puthawala, MD,† Nisar Syed, MD,† Samar Azawi, MD,‡ Richard Williams, MD,‡ and Nayana Vora, MD§ Treatment Outcomes of T4 Locally Advanced Head and Neck Cancers With Soft Tissue Invasion or Bone and Cartilage Invasion American Journal of Clinical Oncology • Volume 32, Number 6, December 2009www.amjclinicaloncology.com

Ajmal Pathuwala,PUTHAWALA MD et al IJROBP A.M . Nisar Syed ,MD, F.R.C.Ps; DMRT(Eng) ROLE OF AFTERLOADING IRIDIUM (IR192) IMPLANT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CARCINOMA OF THE TONGUE (PUTHAWALA et al IJROBP Int. J Radiation Oncology boil Phys VOL 7 PP 407-412).PDF

Ajmal Puthawala, MD,. FACR,* A.M.Nisar Syed, MD,.FRCS( LON& EDIN),* Sherief Gamie, M.D.,*YI-Jen Chen M. D.,PHD,.*Adiana Londrc, M.D,*And Vaugh Nixon, M.D  INTERSTITIAL LOW-DOSE –RATE BRACHYTHERAPY AS A SALVAGE TREATMENT FOR RECURRENT HEAD- AND –NECK CANCER: LONG TREATMENT RESULT Int J Radiation Oncology Biol. Phys Vol 51.No 2.PP. 354-362-2001

Harsolia, A., Hugo, G., Kestin, L., Grills, I., Yan, Di. Dosimetric Advantages of Four-Dimensional (4D) Adaptive Image-Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT) for Lung Tumors Using Online Cone-Beam Computed Tomography International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology. Vol. 70 (2): 582-589.  Feb. 01, 2008

Linda W. Chan, M.D. et al. Proposed rectal dose constraints for patients undergoing definitive whole pelvic radiotherapy for clinically localized prostate cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, and Physics. Vol 72, No. 1. Pgs 69-77

Harsolia A, Vargas C, Yan D, Brabbins D, Lockman D, Liang J, Gustafson G, Vicini F, Martinez A, Kestin LL Predictors for chronic urinary toxicity after the treatment of prostate cancer with adaptive three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy: dose-volume analysis of a phase II dose-escalation study. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, and Physics . Vol. 69(4): 1100-1109. Nov. 15, 2007

Vargas, C., Galalae, R., Demanes, J., Harsolia, A., Meldolesi, E., Kovacs, G., Schour, L., Martinez, A.  Lack of Benefit of Pelvic Radiation in Prostate Cancer Patients with a High Risk of Positive Pelvic Lymph Nodes .  International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics. Vol. 63 (5): 1474-1482. Dec. 01, 2005