Clinical Evaluation of Planning Quality for AHS Analysis


Petter Förander, MD, from Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden discusses his institution’s clinical evaluation of planning quality of Brainlab Adaptive Hybrid Surgery Analysis versus post-op re-planning. He begins by giving an overview of the technology available for enhanced preservation surgery. Specifically, he delves into the current clinical practice for vestibular schwannoma. He provides insight into new operation room visualizations, the quality of automation and options for adjuvant stereotactic radiosurgery.

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Petter Förander, MD, PhD

Petter Förander, MD, PhD
Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden


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