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An ultrasound probe mounted on a robotic arm can be integrated with Cyberknife to track prostate motion.
High-dose stereotactic radiotherapy is moving towards the forefront of renal cell carcinoma treatment, with great potential in combination with...
Single fraction robotic radiosurgery for adrenal gland metastases is a safe and effective treatment option for patients who are not eligible for...
This study compares the incidence of SG after brachytherapy versus CyberKnife.
Can [18F]FET- PET overcome diagnostic uncertainties? This study investigates the usefulness of dynamic O-(2-18F-Fluoroethyl)-L-Tyrosine positron...
Publication about the impact of integrating a light-weight robotic arm carrying an ultrasound probe with the CyberKnife system.
To characterize a novel method for field-size quality assurance of a variable approximately circular aperture collimator by means of dose-area product...
Hepatocellular carcinoma: The study evaluated the long-lasting anti-tumor effects of CK combined with surgery in patients with HCC.
The “InCise™ multileaf-collimator (MLC)” is the first commercial MLC to be mounted on a robotic SRS/SBRT platform (CyberKnife).
Consensus statement from the International Radiosurgery Oncology Consortium for Kidney for primary renal cell carcinoma
Response assessment after stereotactic body radiotherapy for spinal metastasis: report from SPIne response assessment in Neuro-Oncology (SPINO) group.
Quality of life in the follow-up of uveal melanoma patients after enucleation in comparison to CyberKnife treatment
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