What Is Stereotactic Radiosurgery & What Does It Treat?
SRS is a form of radiation therapy that is used to treat many types of brain tumors, including:
- benign and malignant
- primary and metastatic
- single and multiple residual tumor cells following surgery
- intracranial, orbital, and base-of-skull tumors
By utilizing Versa HD, a revolutionary linear accelerator, we improve cancer patient care. Only Versa HD represents the convergence of conventional radiotherapy with advanced stereotactic precision. We now have the flexibility to treat a broad spectrum of tumors throughout the body with conventional approaches and highly complex cancers that require extreme targeting precision.
SBRT is currently being used and/or being investigated for use in treating malignant or benign small-to-medium sized tumors in the body and common disease sites, including the:
- head and neck
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