Clinical Utilization of Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Karim-Maximilian Niyazi, MD, University Hospital of Munich, Großhadern Clinic, discusses his radiation oncology department’s experiences treating multiple brain metastases with ExacTrac and Elekta linear accelerators. He first outlines the process from initial diagnostic scanning through treatment. He goes on to describe a prospective phase II clinical trial they are running that compares the use of whole brain radiation therapy to radiosurgery in cases of 4 to 10 brain metastases. He then introduces Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS and describes the software workflow in detail with clinical examples of patient treatments. He also provides ideas for salvage strategies for non-optimal cases.
About the speaker
Maximilian Niyazi, MD, M.S.c.
LMU University Hospital of Munich, Klinikum Großhadern, Germany
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