Role of SRS and Treatment Response Assessment
Roberto Spiegelmann, MD, discusses radiosurgery (SRS) in cases of multiple brain metastases with a single isocenter and how that represents a paradigm change. He begins by giving a history of the treatment of brain metastases with radiosurgery, also compared to open surgery and whole brain radiation therapy (WBRT). He then goes into detail about Elements Multiple Brain Metastases SRS and describes the method for planning an SRS treatment. He gives an overview of the results of the first 68 patients treated at Assuta Hospital in Tel Aviv, one of his associated institutions. Finally, he discusses delayed contrast extravasation MRI with Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis for the further assessment of post-treatment results.
About the speaker
Roberto Spiegelmann, MD
Sheba Medical Center, Israel
Dosimetric Comparisons for Single-Isocenter Techniques
Phase II Prospective Trial of Stereotactic Hypofractionated Radiation
Commissioning and Clinical Experience Utilizing Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Clinical Evaluation of Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Clinical Experience Utilizing the Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS and TRAMS
Clinical Experience Utilizing Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
First Clinical Treatments Utilizing the Automatic Brain Metastases Planning Element
Surgery for Brain Metastasis: Does It Still Have A Role?
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