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Adaptive Hybrid Surgery – Rationale

October 7, 2014

CAN ORCHESTRATING A PERFECT TRANSITION FROM SURGERY TO RADIOSURGERY IMPROVE OUTCOMES? 


While aggressive surgical interventions aiming at gross total resection have long been the standard for most benign brain tumors, today more and more of these patients are treated with subtotal resection followed by adjuvant radiation.

How has this change in practice patterns affected functional outcomes and what conclusions can be drawn from the existing data? What can be optimized to improve outcomes? Going forward, what role will multi-modality treatments play and can software help bridge the disciplines?

Watch the video to learn more about the scientific rationale behind additional information that may aid to mitigate surgical risks and be introduced to objective measure for determining the optimal extent of subtotal resections for multi-modality treatments including adjuvant radiosurgery.

For more information contact your local representative or visit us at brainlab.com.