Principles of Stereotactic Radiosurgery is the only contemporary, comprehensive reference for neurosurgeons and radiation oncologists using Gamma Knife and Linear Accelerator technology. Each chapter includes specific case presentations representative of the most commonly treated conditions, including applications for spinal disorders. Chapters conclude with counterpoint experiences, oriented to treatment options other than radiosurgery (i.e., medical management, standard surgery). These counterpoint discussions are written by noted experts and address in greater detail the indications, results and complications of their approach and enable readers to improve decision making with regard to choosing treatment options for their own patients. Also included is information on important non-surgical aspects of radiosurgery, including site construction, regulatory and billing issues, legal concerns, and nursing care issues. The editors have treated over 3000 patients using this technology, and international contributors share their experience as well.Stereotaxy was a field where computational ability overcame manual skills. ... The Zeiss MKM, Elekta Surgiscope, and the MApller-Wedel scope mounted on a Staubli Rx90 robot [14a16] were all devices that allowed the surgeon to anavigate aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles and Practice of Stereotactic Radiosurgery|
|Author||:||Lawrence S. Chin, William F. Regine|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-05-05|