Why We Chose Brainlab Multiple Brain Mets 2.0
Mariangela Zamburlini, PhD, from the University Hospital Zurich discusses their decision to choose Brainlab Multiple Brain Mets SRS 2.0 to treat increasing numbers of cranial patients. She goes into the workflow for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic radiotherapy (SRT) at her institution, from multi-modal imaging, treatment planning and delivery to image registration, target definition and patient positioning. She then discusses their issues with other technology, including long planning and treatment times, and how Brainlab software addresses those problems.
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