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Wenyin Shi, MD, PhD

Contact Dr. Shi

111 South 11th Street
Room G-302, Bodine Center
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-4111
(215) 955-0412 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Radiotherapy in the management of giant cell tumor of bone
  2. Impact of a radiation oncology elective on the careers of young physicians: Update on a prospective cohort study
  3. Proton-based chemoradiation for synchronous bilateral non-small-cell lung cancers: A case report
  4. Intensity-modulated radiation therapy and volumetric-modulated arc therapy for adult craniospinal irradiation-A comparison with traditional techniques
  5. Stereotactic radiotherapy for trigeminal schwannomas
  6. Assessing the value of an optional radiation oncology clinical rotation during the core clerkships in medical school
  7. Src-signaling interference impairs the dissemination of blood-borne tumor cells
  8. An approach for online evaluations of dose consequences caused by small rotational setup errors in intracranial stereotactic radiation therapy
  9. Tumour shrinkage during proton-based chemoradiation for non-small-cell lung cancer 111C may necessitate adaptive replanning during treatment
  10. Evaluation of kV cone-beam CT performance for prostate IGRT: A comparison of automatic grey-value alignment to implanted fiducial-marker alignment
  11. From survival to survivorship: Late side effects become an issue in high-grade glioma
  12. Optimal image-guidance scenario with cone-beam computed tomography in conventionally fractionated radiotherapy for lung tumors
  13. The effect of intravenous contrast on photon radiation therapy dose calculations for lung cancer
  14. Tumor Localization Using Cone-Beam CT Reduces Setup Margins in Conventionally Fractionated Radiotherapy for Lung Tumors
  15. Impact of tumor cell VEGF expression on the in vivo efficacy of vandetanib (ZACTIMAâ„¢; ZD6474)
  16. Radiation Treatment for Ewing Family of Tumors in Adults: The University of Florida Experience
  17. Definitive Radiotherapy for Ewing Tumors of Extremities and Pelvis: Long-Term Disease Control, Limb Function, and Treatment Toxicity
  18. Impact of Local Management on Long-Term Outcomes in Ewing Tumors of the Pelvis and Sacral Bones: The University of Florida Experience
  19. Dual targeting of tumor vasculature: Combining avastin and vascular disrupting agents (CA4P or OXi4503)
  20. Long-Term Clinical and Functional Outcomes After Treatment for Localized Ewing's Tumor of the Lower Extremity
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