Benefits of Data Enrichment Solutions for Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Planning
Selçuk Peker, MD, from Koç University Hospital in Istanbul discusses the benefits of data enrichment solutions for Gamma Knife radiosurgery planning. He begins by giving some background on Gamma Knife radiosurgery. He then outlines the issues associated with planning for Gamma Knife, which include distortion of MR images, target definition contouring, anatomical atlas organs at risk (such as the optic nerve, brainstem, etc.), radiation necrosis and treatment effect, and finally arteriovenous malformation treatment and DSA registration. Using case examples, Dr. Peker discusses how the range of Brainlab Elements software applications work in conjunction with GammaPlan to support radiosurgical planning and treatment.
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