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CyberKnife robotic radiosurgery is an ideal option for cancer treatment during the times when a tumour cannot be operated because it’s too close to critical structures or tumour may only be partially excised. The second instance would be recurrent tumours post-surgery.Some of the other cases that require post-surgery using CyberKnife are:
Acoustic Neuroma , Meningioma ,Glioma...Read More
Conventional radiation works on the principle of small doses on a daily basis, allowing the recovery of normal cells in between these doses. However, this enables the partial repair of malignant cancer cells also. Therefore, in radiotherapy, the total dose that is provided affect the tumour control at the rate of a dose-per- treatment...Read More
< 1 milimeter for stationary tumours < 1.5 millimeters for moving tumours intracranial and extracranial
< 1milimeter Intracranial limited soine capabilities(C1 & C2). Perfexion only.
In general, the response to treatment of cancer depends on the size of the cancer. Invisible cancer cells respond best and large cancers respond the least. Invisible cells can be eliminated by lesser dose of radiosurgery. Delivery of higher dose of radiation to the visible. Why CyberKnife Radiosurgery Boost / Reirradiation / Repeat Radiation? Conventional radiation works on the principle of...Read More