Hypo-Fractionation Benefits for Stereotactic Radiosurgery Treatments in Patients with Large Brain Metastases
Ufuk Abacioglu, MD, from Neolife Medical Center in Istanbul discusses the benefits of hypo-fractionation for stereotactic radiosurgery treatments in patients with large brain metastases. He begins by touching on surgery as the standard treatment for large brain metastases, as well as discussing single dose stereotactic radiosurgery, but also mentions their drawbacks in some cases. He then delves into the justifications for hypo-fractionation, including large volume tumors, which he discusses in detail using case examples.
About the speaker
Ufuk Abacıoglu, MD
Acibadem Altunizade Hospital, Turkey
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