Treatment of Multiple Brain Metastases Using Single Isocentric Technique with Forward Planned Dynamic Arcs
Deborah Jiang, MD, from the department of radiation oncology at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles discusses the treatment of multiple brain metastases using a single isocentric technique with forward planned dynamic arcs. She begins by giving a short introduction of the use of Brainlab Elements software at her institution, including treating up to 15 brain metastases per session with Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS. She then gives an overview of the methods and materials based on the first 40 patients treated as well as an in-depth analysis of the results.
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