Abstract # 1109 A Comparison of Early Complications for Patients with Convexity and Parasagittal Meningioma treated with either Stereotactic Radiosurgery or Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy

Presenter: Miller, Michael

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About the Presenter:
Michael R. Girvigian, M.D. is a radiation oncologist at the Kaiser Permanente Foundation Hopsitals Los Angeles Medical Center, specializing in general and central nervous system radiation oncology. Dr. Girvigian is the co-manager of the stereotactic radiosurgery and fracionated stereotactic radiotherapy program for Southern California Kaiser Permanente, along with Dr. Joseph Chen and Dr. Michael Miller.

Authors:
M. R. Girvigian*, J. C. T. Chen*, J. Rahimian*, M. J. Miller*, M. Tome*. , Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center and the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Los Angeles, CA,

Author Disclosure:
M.R. Girvigian, None; J.C.T. Chen, None; J. Rahimian, None; M.J. Miller, None; M. Tome, None.


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