CyberKnife’s precise delivery allows the expansion of radiosurgery and SBRT treatments to indications not possible to treat on other radiation therapy systems.

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Cost Analysis for Trigeminal Neuralgia: CyberKnife®

CyberKnife radiosurgery resulted to be a cost-saving alternative compared with the surgical intervention.


2D-3D Image Registration for Cranial Radiosurgery

The authors developed a fast and accurate two-dimensional (2D)-three-dimensional (3D) image registration method to perform precise initial patient setup and frequent detection and correction for patient movement during image-guided cranial radiosurgery treatment.

PUBLICATION | November 2007

CyberKnife® System for Tumor Treatment

The CyberKnife (Accuray, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA) is one of few systems capable of delivering radiosurgery with exquisite accuracy to tumors, cancers and other conditions throughout the body.

PUBLICATION | October 2007

CyberKnife® for Breast Cancer Spine Metastases

The statistical comparability of the CyberKnife and CRT groups reflects the small sample size and stringent requirements for significance of the matched-pair analysis. Nevertheless, comparability in these difficult cases shows that salvage CyberKnife treatment is as efficacious as initial CRT without added toxicity.

PUBLICATION | September 2007

CyberKnife® Radiosurgery for Stage I Lung Cancer

Image-guided robotic stereotactic radiosurgery of lung tumors with CyberKnife(R) achieves excellent rates of local disease control with limited toxicity to surrounding tissues and, in many cases, might be curative for patients for whom surgery is not an option.

PUBLICATION | September 2007

CyberKnife® Radiotherapy for Progressive Brain Tumors

13 of the 18 tumors (72%) showed a volume decrease. Toxicity occurred in only one patient, with symptoms improving on steroids.

PUBLICATION | February 2007

Accuracy of CyberKnife® Spinal Radiosurgery

The Xsight spine tracking system is practically important because it is accurate and eliminates the use of implanted fiducials. Experience has shown this technology to be robust under a wide range of clinical circumstances.

PUBLICATION | December 2006

CyberKnife® Radiosurgery for Complex Skull Base Tumors

Data indicate that CyberKnife treatment plans with excellent homogeneity, conformity and percent target coverage can be obtained for complex skull base tumors.

PUBLICATION | April 2006

CyberKnife® Radiosurgery for Spinal Tumors

Although more patients studied over an even longer follow-up period are needed to determine the long-term efficacy of spinal radiosurgery for benign extra-axial neoplasms, short-term clinical benefits were observed in this prospective analysis. The present study demonstrates that CyberKnife radiosurgical ablation of such tumors is technically feasible and associated with low morbidity.

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