Clinical Outcomes for Single Isocenter Treatments in Patients with up to 10 Metastases
Giuseppe Minniti, MD, from UPMC San Pietro Fatebenefratelli discusses their clinical outcomes for single isocenter treatments in patients with up to 10 metastases. He begins by talking about radiosurgery (SRS) for brain metastases, including how many can be treated. He then discusses single-isocenter multi-target DCA SRS in detail, delving into dosimetric characteristics of treatments, clinical outcome (local control and radiation-induced brain necrosis), accuracy of positioning and evaluation of target coverage.
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