12th International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society Congress
12th International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society CongressYokohama | June 07 – June 11 | Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center | Booth #6
What´s New at the International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Congress in Yokohama
The ISRS Congress is one of the world’s most renowned gatherings of stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) professionals. Built on the success of the Toronto biennial congress in 2013, this year’s congress will take place in Yokohama, Japan.
Bringing together international neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, and medical physicists, these year´s clinical topics includes various aspects of radiosurgery for both cranial and extra-cranial indications.
In line with this year’s ISRS Congress theme, “Meet the Experts and Share the Experiences,” Brainlab will be showcasing new software technologies as well providing the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations from renowned international experts at our Novalis Circle Symposium on June 9th. Join us at booth #6 to see what Brainlab has in store for the advancement of SRS and SBRT!
Brainlab Innovation in SRS Technology and Beyond
Brainlab is proud to exhibit our latest products which help streamline and expedite the radiosurgery planning process.
Automatic Brain Metastases Planning, part of Brainlab Elements, rapidly creates consistent treatment plans, minimizing dose to normal tissue and offering new treatment possibilities for larger volumes and higher numbers of metastases.
In combination with ExacTrac—a clinically-proven IGRT system that provides submillimetric positioning accuracy—Automatic Brain Metastases Planning enables precise and efficient treatment of multiple brain metastases. ExacTrac uses high-resolution stereoscopic X-Ray images, acquired before or during treatment delivery to instantly detect and visualize internal structures and their displacement.
Smartbrush Angio is an Element dedicated to faster and more comprehensive definition of a cranial nidus. Automatic color-coding of the blood flow in 2D dynamic angiographies allows for clear visual differentiation of the nidus from related arteries and draining veins. An innovative fusion with focus on vascular structures co-registers additional 3D data and subsequently enables multi-modal nidus definition.
With another new Element, Adaptive Hybrid Surgery Analysis, Brainlab presents a radiosurgery feasibility analysis tool which helps to establish the optimal crossing point between surgery and radiosurgery for multi-modality treatment of benign skull base tumors.
Finally, to ensure the highest level of efficacy and safety for SRS and SBRT treatments, Brainlab presents Novalis Certification™, an independent accreditation program which provides additional value to centers with its unique and collaborative onsite audit.
See you at booth #6 at the ISRS Congress in Yokohama!
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Meet our Novalis Circle expert Bogdan Valcu who will be introducing Brainlab Elements by as indication specific software modules serving clinical specialties from neurosurgery to radiosurgery.
Sunday June 7, 2015
02:15 – 04:45 pm
Luncheon Debate Session
Controversies in the treatment of benign skull base lesions
Most benign brain tumors benefit from a combined treatment of partial surgical alleviation followed by adjuvant radiosurgery.
This debate benchmarks the results from combined treatment against the outcome obtained with each respective modality individually. To register and learn more about the Luncheon Debate Session, please contact [email protected].
Yoshimasa Mori, MD
Aichi Medical University, Aichi, Japan
Rationale for Stereotactic Radiosurgery
Marc Levivier, MD
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland
Validity of Resection Strategies
Guus Beute, MD
St Elisabeth Hospital Gamma Knife Center, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Integrating Surgery and Radiosurgery with Adaptive Hybrid Surgery
Igor Barani, MD
University of California, San Francisco, USA
Monday June 8, 2015
12:00 – 01:30 pm
Novalis Circle Symposium
Stereotactic Radiosurgery Developments for the Treatment of Brain Metastases
Brainlab invites you to meet world-renowned clinicians who will present the latest technologies and techniques for the treatment of brain metastases. To register and learn more about the Novalis Circle Symposium, please contact [email protected].
Niigata University, Niigata, Japan
Clinical Evidence and Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Brain Metastases
Roberto Spiegelman, MD
Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel
The Emerging Role of Stereotactic Radiosurgery
Yoshimasa Mori, MD
Aichi Medical, Aichi, Japan
A Growing Need for Neurocognitive Assessment Tools
Igor Barani, MD
University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, USA
Dosimetric Analysis of the Automatic Brain Metastases Planning Element
Thierry Gevaert, PhD
Brussels University Hospital, Brussels, Belgium
Tuesday June 9, 2015
11:30 – 12:50 pm
Saturday, June 6, 201504:00 pm - 6:00
Sunday, June 7, 201507:00 am u2013 7:00
Monday, June 8, 201507:00 am u2013 06:00
Tuesday, June 9, 201507:00 am u2013 01:30
Wednesday, June 10, 201507:00 am u2013 06:30
Thursday, June 11, 201507:00 am u2013 01:00
Map and Directions
1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku
June 07, 2015 – June 11, 2015
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