Clinical Evaluation of Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Roberto Spiegelmann, MD, from Tel Aviv, Israel discusses the paradigm change brought about by Brainlab Multiple Brain Mets SRS software. He begins by giving a glimpse into the first seminal publication about radiosurgery for brain metastases published over 30 years ago. He then discusses the case for radiosurgery instead of open surgery as well as the limitations of conventional radiosurgery for brain metastases. Dr. Spiegelmann then goes on to explain in detail the radiosurgery planning workflow for multiple brain metastases with the Brainlab Elements software and how it has impacted planning times and outcomes for the 68 patients he’d treated so far at the time of this talk.
About the speaker
Roberto Spiegelmann, MD
Sheba Medical Center, Israel
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