Hypofractionation Benefits for SRS Treatments in Patients with Large Brain Metastases


Ufuk Abacioglu, MD, from NEOLIFE Medical Center in Istanbul discusses the benefits of hypofractionation for stereotactic radiosurgery treatments for patients with large brain metastases. He begins by addressing how surgery is the standard treatment for large brain metastases, as well as the limitations thereof. He then delves into the factors that influence the decision to fractionate radiosurgery treatments for larger metastases, giving case examples as well as data analysis from various studies.


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