Expanding Novalis Radiosurgery Applications for Functional Indications
Michael Dally, MD, of ICON Cancer Center, Epworth Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, discusses expanding Novalis Radiosurgery applications to include functional indications, specifically movement disorders Parkinson’s and essential tremor. He then discusses generally stereotactic radiosurgery including an overview of technology used, quality assurance, and imaging modalities utilized to plan cases.
About the speaker
Michael Dally, MD
ICON Cancer Centre, Epworth Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne-based Radiation Oncologist with a long interest in stereotactic radiosurgery(SRS).
His current interests include the use of Linac-based SRS for multiple intracranial metastases, AVM’s and Parkinson’s disease.
He is currently chair of ICON stereotactic radiosurgery committee for Brain and Spine indications.
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