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Gamma Knife Radiosurgery in Cerebral Echinococcosis

AT-45GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY FOR RECURRENT HIGH GRADE GLIOMAS

Gamma Knife Radiosurgery and Albendazole for Cerebral Alveolar Hydatid Disease

Neuropsychological outcome following Gamma Knife radiosurgery for arteriovenous malformations

NS-12GAMMA KNIFE APPLICATION IN PEDIATRIC LOW GRADE ASTROCYTOMAS

Regional treatment of metastasis: role of radiosurgery in brain metastases—gamma knife radiosurgery

P13.16COMPLICATIONS AFTER GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY FOR BRAIN TUMORS LOCATING ADJACENT THE BRAINSTEM

P13.17STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY WITH GAMMA KNIFE FOR NEUROFIBROMATOSIS 2-ASSOCIATED VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS

BM-29NUMBER OF BRAIN METASTASES INFLUENCES SURVIVAL FOLLOWING GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY

MS-18PREDICTORS OF RESPONSE AND ADVERSE EVENTS FOR MENINGIOMAS MANAGED WITH GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY

MS-25GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY FOR VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMA: ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY AND OUTCOMES

RT-28INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW OF GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY IN PRIMARY AND RECURRENT HIGH-GRADE GLIOMAS

RT-37LONG TERM RESULTS OF GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY FOR GLOMUS TUMORS

RT-39CONTROL OF BRAIN METASTASES FROM RADIORESISTANT TUMORS TREATED BY GAMMA KNIFE RADIOSURGERY

RT-06GAMMA KNIFE SURGERY AFTER NAVIGATION-GUIDED ASPIRATION FOR CYSTIC METASTATIC BRAIN TUMORS

Gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery in the treatment of brainstem metastases: The MD Anderson experience

Precision Dosimetry in Narrow Collimated Radiation Beams of the Leksell Gamma Knife

 

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A device that allows high doses of radiation in the form of gamma rays to be accurately focused on pathological tissue, with less risk of damaging adjacent normal tissue compared with conventional radiotherapy. Multiple cobalt-60 sources deliver the gamma irradiation. The device is used in the treatment of vestibular schwannomas, certain brain tumours, vascular lesions of the brain, trigeminal neuralgia, and some forms of epilepsy.

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