Evaluating Intra-fraction Motion for Cranial Radiosurgery Patients
Manuel Todorovic, MSc, from the department of radiotherapy and radiation oncology at University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) discusses evaluating intra-fraction motion for cranial radiosurgery patients. He begins by giving a short introduction to Brainlab Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS software. He then outlines the analysis thereof by presenting their study design as well as the analyzed data and results, including corrections in positioning and repositioning made with ExacTrac.
Targets, tracts, tumors and trouble – Why Brainlab is an essential element for a successful brain radiosurgery program
Clinical Versatility of ExacTrac Dynamic
Expert demo session: Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS 3.0
Multiple Brain Metastases SRS for small targets – simple case
Novalis Circle technical webinar: Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Image-guided Patient Monitoring Innovations
Trajectory Based Treatment Planning and Delivery for Cranial Radiosurgery
Reporting Clinical Outcomes via the NeuroPoint Alliance National...
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