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1.  Stalling cytokine storm in patients with Covid-19 infection with low dose radiation.
1.  Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Eyelid Treated Successfully with Radiotherapy in a Nonagenarian
1.  Assessment of periodontal changes in patients undergoing radiotherapy for head and neck malignancy
2.  A Prospective Evaluation of Migration, Complications and Utility of Fiducial Placement for CyberKnife Treatment in Hepatobiliary tumors
3.  Adaptive intensity modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) in head and neck cancer (HNC) patients treated by chemo-radiotherapy: to quantify temporal changes during the course of Radiotherapy (RT) and to study the impact of these changes on the baseline treatment plans
4.  Retrospective analysis of incidence of gallbladder cancer in North-western India over 5 years
5.  Solitary Plasmacytoma of Breast: A Case Report
6.  CT texture-based radiomics analysis as a predictor of response in Head and Neck Cancer treated with chemo-radiation and hyperthermia.
7.  Near Infrared Responsive Silver-capped Magnetic Nanoclusters for Cancer Therapy
8.  Carcinoma glottis with parotid metastasis: A Case Report
9.  Dose Received by External Genital Organs during Pre-Operative Radiotherapy for Rectal Cancer Patients
1.  Brain Metastasis in Epithelial Ovarian Carcinoma: Case Series
1.  Imaging of Sella: Pituitary adenoma and beyond
2.  Novel approach to mitigate radiation over exposure, α, δ-Tocotrienol as radiation mitigator: A case report
3.  Managing Radiotherapy Practice during COVID-19 Pandemic: Medical Physicist’s Perspective