Contrast Clearance Analysis for Differentiating Tumor from Treatment Effects
Dheerendra Prasad, MD, Medical Director, Radiation Medicine at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, New York, discusses the role of Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis in a high volume brain radiosurgery (SRS) practice. He begins by presenting the modern challenges in the multimodality management of brain metastases including the underutilization of SRS. He then introduces Contrast Clearance Analysis, how it works with examples, and how his institution uses the software for serial imaging for follow-up.
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Expert demo session: Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS 3.0
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