Analysis of Patients Treated with Novalis Radiosurgery after Surgical Resection As Post-Op Adjuvant Therapy for Recurrent or Residual Meningioma


Randy L. Jensen, MD, from Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah presents his institution’s analysis of patients treated with Novalis Radiosurgery as post-operative adjuvant therapy for recurrent of residual meningioma tumors after surgical resection. He presents an overview of the analysis of 226 meningioma patients that his team treated with Novalis and the conclusions derived thereof.


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Well, this will fit real nice with the previous talk. We sort of took the opposite approach and tried to look at those tumors at the base of the skull. Thank you for inviting me, by the way. This is a beautiful location. Kyoto was as well, too, and so was Mexico City. But, anyway. We look back at our meningioma patients and looked at a group of patients from my own series. A number of patients, of course, surgery, in our practice, is still the biggest portion of treatment for meningiomas. But I think that's changing over time. When...

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