Lessons Learned from Phase I/II Study for Adaptive Hybrid Surgery


Orin Bloch, MD, Neurosurgeon at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine reveals his lessons learned from a phase I/II study for Brainlab Elements Adaptive Hybrid Surgery. He begins by giving an overview of benign skull base tumors and the goals of treatment, including tumor control, symptom relief and preservation of function. He touches on the treatment options including observation, radiosurgery, surgery and multi-modality treatments. He then delves into the workflow steps of Adaptive Hybrid Surgery in detail, giving case examples along with the outcomes.

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Orin Bloch, MD

Orin Bloch, MD
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, USA

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