The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Radiation therapy, Surgery, Radiosurgery, Nuclear medicine and Central nervous system disease. His Radiation therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetic resonance imaging and Oncology. David A. Larson usually deals with Surgery and limits it to topics linked to Glioma and Toxicity.
His Radiosurgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Brain metastasis, Radiobiology, Salvage therapy, Proportional hazards model and Dosimetry. His study looks at the intersection of Nuclear medicine and topics like Thecal sac with Myelopathy and Radiation myelopathy. The Central nervous system disease study combines topics in areas such as Lesion, Brain neoplasm, Brain tumor, Pathology and Gamma knife radiosurgery.
His main research concerns Radiosurgery, Radiation therapy, Nuclear medicine, Surgery and Radiology. His Radiosurgery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Radiation treatment planning, Medical physics and Brain metastasis. His research investigates the connection with Radiation therapy and areas like Central nervous system disease which intersect with concerns in Vascular disease.
His Nuclear medicine research integrates issues from Cyberknife, Magnetic resonance imaging and Planning target volume. In most of his Surgery studies, his work intersects topics such as Oncology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hyperthermia, Implant and Glioblastoma.
David A. Larson spends much of his time researching Radiosurgery, Nuclear medicine, Radiology, Radiation therapy and Stereotactic body radiotherapy. His Radiosurgery study combines topics in areas such as Lesion, Radiation treatment planning and Medical physics. His Nuclear medicine research incorporates elements of Leksell gamma knife, Planning target volume, Volume and Gamma knife radiosurgery.
His work in the fields of Dose fractionation overlaps with other areas such as Arc. His study on Stereotactic body radiotherapy is covered under Surgery. The concepts of his Surgery study are interwoven with issues in Neurocognitive, Internal medicine, Adverse effect and Oncology.
David A. Larson mainly focuses on Radiosurgery, Radiology, Nuclear medicine, Radiation therapy and Stereotactic body radiotherapy. David A. Larson has included themes like Quality of life and Clinical trial in his Radiosurgery study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Radiation treatment planning, Thecal sac, Brain tissue and Confidence interval in addition to Nuclear medicine.
His Radiation treatment planning research includes themes of Target dose, Planning target volume and Brain metastasis. When carried out as part of a general Radiation therapy research project, his work on Gamma knife radiosurgery is frequently linked to work in Nonlinear regression, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Stereotactic body radiotherapy study incorporates themes from Spinal cord, Radiation myelopathy and Spinal metastases.
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Postoperative irradiation for subtotally resected meningiomas: A retrospective analysis of 140 patients treated from 1967 to 1990
Brian J. Goldsmith;William M. Wara;Charles B. Wilson;David A. Larson.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1994)
A multi-institutional experience with stereotactic radiosurgery for solitary brain metastasis
John C Flickinger;Douglas Kondziolka;L Dade Lunsford;Robert J Coffey.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1994)
American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO) and American College of Radiology (ACR) practice guideline for the performance of stereotactic body radiation therapy.
Louis Potters;Brian Kavanagh;James M. Galvin;James M. Hevezi.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (2004)
Radiosurgery for brain metastases: is whole brain radiotherapy necessary?
Penny K Sneed;Kathleen R Lamborn;Julie M Forstner;Michael W McDermott.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1999)
Edema of the arm as a function of the extent of axillary surgery in patients with stage I-II carcinoma of the breast treated with primary radiotherapy.
David Larson;Mark Weinstein;Itzhak Goldberg;Barbara Silver.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1986)
Survival benefit of hyperthermia in a prospective randomized trial of brachytherapy boost +/- hyperthermia for glioblastoma multiforme.
Penny K. Sneed;Paul R. Stauffer;Michael W. McDermott;Chris J. Diederich.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1996)
MR-spectroscopy guided target delineation for high-grade gliomas.
Andrea Pirzkall;Tracy R McKnight;Edward E Graves;Mark P Carol.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (2001)
EGFR overexpression and radiation response in glioblastoma multiforme.
Fred G. Barker;Fred G. Barker;Martha L. Simmons;Susan M. Chang;Michael D. Prados.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (2000)
Stereotactic Body Radiosurgery for Spinal Metastases: A Critical Review
Arjun Sahgal;David A. Larson;Eric L. Chang.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (2008)
Radiosurgery for brain metastases: relationship of dose and pattern of enhancement to local control.
Cheng-Ying Shiau;Cheng-Ying Shiau;Penny K. Sneed;Hui-Kuo G. Shu;Kathleen R. Lamborn.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1997)
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