cyberknife


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cyberknife

[sī′bərnīf]
a robotic radiosurgery system that delivers multiple beams of radiation, used to treat benign tumors and cancers and other medical conditions located anywhere in the body. It consists of a linear accelerator and a robotic arm.

cyberknife

(sī′bĕr-nīf″) [ cyber- + knife]
A frameless stereotactic robot-controlled system for radiosurgery.
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The Stanford CyberKnife Program has been at the leading edge of clinical applications since the inception of the CyberKnife," said Stanford radiation oncologist Iris C.
Black's doctors suggested CyberKnife to treat both the original remaining tumor and the second tumor discovered.
European CyberKnife Center to Offer Patients Advanced Radiosurgery Treatments in Munich
MIAMI -- The CyberKnife Institute at Mercy Hospital, Miami's first hospital-based CyberKnife[R] Robotic Radiosurgery System, will bring new hope to patients with inoperable or surgically complex tumors when it opens its doors January of 2010.
More than 25 percent of our CyberKnife patients are being treated for prostate cancer with further growth anticipated," said Dr David Feltl, Head of the Oncology department, Ostrava University Hospital, Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Powerful new approach for the treatment of tumors without cutting or anesthesia using Cyberknife Radiosurgery
Using CyberKnife and chemotherapy, doctors treat primary and metastatic tumors
Vicenza, the First Facility to Have Offered CyberKnife Radiosurgery in Europe, Increases its Capacity to Treat More Cancer Patients with the Installation of a Second System
Excellent Treatment Outcomes for a Wide Range of Tumor Types Demonstrated by Accuray CyberKnife and TomoTherapy Systems
The European CyberKnife Center Munich (ECZM) announced today that they have successfully performed their first ten treatments with the CyberKnife[sup.
Construction of CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System unit.