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Radiosurgery, also known as stereotactic radiotherapy, is a medical procedure which allows non-invasive treatment of benign and malignant conditions, arteriovenous malformations (AVM's), and some functional disorders by means of directed beams of ionizing radiation. There are many nervous diseases for which conventional surgical treatment is difficult or has many damaging consequences for the patient because arteries, nerves, and other vital structures can be harmed. The links shown on this page feature the key word ′Radiosurgery’ in their stories:
Market report on medical robots
The use of medical robots by type and application is the subject of a market report forecasting to 2018
Novalis certification for Norton Healthcare
Norton Healthcare will become a Novalis certified radiosurgery centre for the treatment of cancer after gaining appropriate certification
Alaskan clinic installs only dedicated intracranial radiosurgery system in the state
In Alaska's expanse of more than 586,000 square miles, Anchorage Radiation Therapy Center (ARTC) becomes the first Alaskan clinic to offer dedicated brain stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) with its acquisition of Elekta's Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion system.
Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane installs combined Brainlab and Elekta radiosurgery technology
Princess Alexandra Hospital becomes the first centre in Australia to install ETX 6.0 Patient Positioning System by Brainlab for radiosurgery treatments on an Elekta linear accelerator (linac).
RaySearch Laboratories collaborates with Brainlab to automate dose optimisation
RaySearch Laboratories agrees to collaborate with Brainlab in the field of treatment planning for radiation therapy and dose optimisation with the goal to automate crucial steps in the treatment process.
Lancaster General Health deploys robotic radiosurgery system to treat cancer patients
Lancaster General Health in Pennsylvania is the first US centre to treat a patient with Accuray's CyberKnife M6 System, which claims to be the most advanced robotic radiosurgery system in the world and the latest generation of the CyberKnife System.
Advanced linear accelerator delivers higher-quality radiation therapy for more patients, more cancer types
Elekta is launching Versa HD, an advanced linear accelerator system designed to improve patient care and treat a broader spectrum of cancers.
CIVCO releases non-invasive stereotactic radiosurgery solution to treat head and brain tumours
CIVCO Medical Solutions releases trUpoint ARCH, a new stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic fractionated radiation (SRT) solution for head and brain tumours.
InSightec's ExAblate Neuro to start pivotal Phase III trial for essential tremor treatment
InSightec receives FDA approval to begin the company's pivotal Phase III clinical trial for treatment of essential tremor using ExAblate Neuro.
High intensity mode TrueBeam medical linear accelerators receive regulatory clearance in India
Varian Medical Systems receives regulatory clearance from the Indian Atomic Energy Regulatory Board for the use of the company's TrueBeam High Intensity Mode for advanced radiosurgical treatments.
Nairobi Hospital in Kenya begins treating cancer with advanced radiotherapy solution
A modern medical linear accelerator is installed at The Nairobi Hospital in Kenya to provide local cancer patients with advanced radiotherapy treatments for the first time.
Study shows stereotactic radiosurgery is promising for kidney cancer
A first-of-its-kind clinical trial conducted at University Hospitals (UH) Case Medical Center Seidman Cancer Center is showing encouraging results for the use of stereotactic radiosurgery to treat kidney cancer.
Elekta introduces MOSAIQ connectivity for microSelectron digital brachytherapy afterloader
Elekta's MOSAIQ Oncology Information System (OIS) v 2.50 now includes connectivity with Nucletron's microSelectron Digital afterloader.
New radiosurgery suite integrates real-time tumour tracking capability
Varian Medical Systems unveils the new EDGE Radiosurgery Suite - a fully integrated dedicated system for performing advanced radiosurgery using new real-time tumour tracking technology and motion managemen
Elekta collaborates with Brainlab to enhance radiosurgery planning power
Elekta is to collaborate with Brainlab to enable neurosurgeons and radiation oncologists to use Brainlab's iPlan software together with Elekta's Leksell GammaPlan treatment planning for Gamma Knife radiosurgery.
Scottish cancer centre uses high intensity radiotherapy to deliver precise brain radiosurgery
Clinicians at one of the UK's largest radiotherapy departments are starting brain radiosurgery treatments that enable patients to spend less time on the treatment table while aiding precision by minimising the chance of movement during treatment.
UK hospitals start advanced stereotactic lung cancer treatments using RapidArc radiosurgery
Several National Health Service hospitals in the UK begin delivering stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR) using Varian Medical Systems' RapidArc radiosurgery technology for lung cancer patients as an alternative option to surgery.
Study compares radiosurgery with surgery for early-stage, high-risk operable non-small cell lung cancer
Varian Medical Systems is becoming a supporter of a phase III study comparing radiosurgery with surgical resection for the treatment of early-stage, high-risk, operable non-small cell lung cancer.
Accuray supplies first CyberKnife system in South America
Doctors at Instituto Neurologico de Colombia (INDEC) in Medellin, Colombia are now treating patients using the first and only robotic radiosurgery system designed to treat cancerous and non-cancerous tumours anywhere in the body, including the head, spine, lung, prostate, liver and pancreas.
Elekta's Agility beam-shaping innovation for radiation therapy gains Japanese approval
Following US and European approvals of Elekta's Agility MLC, Japan is to join the international community of users of the beam-shaping device with the country's PMDA clearance of Agility.
Enhanced patient positioning system offers improved IGRT performance
Brainlab is unveiling the new ExacTrac 6.0 Patient Positioning system, which delivers key improvements for both frameless radiosurgery and radiotherapy treatments.
Brainlab continues to extend Novalis Radiosurgery Programme
Brainlab is starting the 300th Novalis Radiosurgery Programme and the addition of another healthcare facility to the worldwide Novalis treatment, communication and collaboration network allows Brainlab to
Russian Cancer Center receives local-language radiotherapy training
Radiotherapy practitioners in Russia are now receiving local-language training on advanced treatment planning techniques thanks to an initiative by Varian Medical Systems, the world leader in radiotherapy and radiosurgery.
New linear accelerator technology reduces treatment session numbers
European cancer experts are reporting their progress with promising new radiosurgical techniques for treating cancer and other conditions using new linear accelerator technology from Varian Medical Systems.
New study compares treatment alternatives of early-stage prostate cancer
Accuray is launching the Prostate Advances in Comparative Evidence (PACE) Study, an international, multi-centre, randomized study to compare CyberKnife Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT), da Vinci assisted and manual laparoscopic surgery and conventionally fractionated intensity modulated ra
Varian Medical Systems partners Siemens Healthcare to advance radiotherapies
Varian Medical Systems signs strategic global partnership with Siemens Healthcare to provide advanced diagnostic and therapeutic solutions and services for treating cancer with image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery.
Accuray extends treatment options for patients in Finland
Kuopio University Hospital in Kuopio, Finland is beginning to treat patients with Accuray's CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System, providing Finland and the Nordic countries with the most advanced option
Accuray rolls out radiation treatment plans on the iPad
Accuray is releasing PlanTouch, the first commercially available, fully integrated software application in radiation oncology that allows physicians to remotely review and approve patients' radiation treatment plans on the iPad.
Surface beacon transponder receives 510(k) clearance
Varian Medical Systems receives 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a surface beacon transponder to be used with the Varian Calypso system as a real-time tracking device capable of monitoring motion during radiotherapy treatments for indications anywhere in the body.
Elekta receives FDA 510(k) for radiotherapy imaging solution
Clarity soft tissue visualization system is now providing an Autoscan option for automated ultrasound scanning from outside of the treatment room, employing a motorized probe positioned at the patient's perineum.
King Fahd Medical Center equipsnew proton therapy facility
Varian Medical Systems books a $77 million order with Saudi Particle Therapy Centre to equip a new proton therapy facility at the King Fahd Medical Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Brain cancer patient receives first TrueBeam STx treatment in Asia
Doctors at BGS Global Cancer Institute at BGS Global Hospitals in Bangalore are delivering advanced radiotherapy treatments using the first clinical TrueBeam STx medical linear accelerator in Asia.
Virginia physicians use Elekta software to target moving tumours
Elekta's Symmetry 4D image guidance technology is helping radiation oncologists at Riverside and University of Virginia Radiosurgery Center avoid excess dose to healthy tissues by isolating mobile tumours.
Varian Medical Systems sets up radiotherapy training centre in Tokyo
Varian Medical Systems is establishing the company's first education centre in Tokyo, Japan, to train radiation oncologists, medical physicists, and technologists who work with Varian's cancer treatment systems. In addition, the company has established a clinical contact center (Help Desk), to provi
Frameless radiosurgery system achieves major sales milestone
Brainlab completes the 500th sale of its ExacTrac patient positioning system for frameless radiosurgery.
Medical centres deploy personalized radiation oncology treatment
Accuray is reporting that 23 leading medical centres globally have installed both a CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System and a TomoTherapy System enabling the delivery of personalized treatment for the
Wellington Hospital offers patients fast TrueBeam treatments
Clinicians at one of New Zealand's leading hospitals have delivered more than 300 radiotherapy treatments using a newly-installed Varian TrueBeam device in the first month of the system's implementation.
French cancer centre begins TrueBeam radiotherapy treatments
A 19-year-old brain tumour patient becomes the first person in France to be treated using Varian Medical Systems' TrueBeam radiotherapy treatment system.
UAB clinicians are first to use Triggered Imaging technolgy
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Health System becomes the first medical centre in the world to utilise intrafraction motion review (IMR), or 'triggered imaging', to continually monitor tumour location during radiosurgery for lung cancer.
Maastro Clinic becomes all-TrueBeam cancer centre
One of Europe's leading cancer centres plans to offer radiotherapy and radiosurgery treatments using fast and precise TrueBeam systems from Varian Medical Systems.
Lund University Hospital orders four Varian radiotherapy systems
Varian Medical Systems receives a contract to supply four TrueBeam treatment systems to Lund University Hospital in Sweden, one of the country's largest radiotherapy departments.
Varian Medical Systems agrees to acquire Calypso Medical Technologies
Varian Medical Systems signs a definitive agreement under which Varian will acquire Calypso, a privately-owned, Seattle-based developer and supplier of specialized products and software for real-time tumour tracking and motion management during radiosurgery and radiotherapy.
Accuray Exchange in Radiation Oncology provides a forum for patient care
Accuray is launching Accuray Exchange in Radiation Oncology (AERO), a global organization for CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System and TomoTherapy Radiation Therapy System users dedicated to advancing pa
South Florida Radiation Oncology invests in new radiotherapy system
South Florida Radiation Oncology acquires a TrueBeam system from Varian Medical Systems to enable a radically different approach to treating cancer with image-guided radiotherapy.
Baptist Health of Northeast Florida claims intra-operative imaging first in USA
Baptist Health of Northeast Florida will be the first health system in North America to offer intra-operative imaging during paediatric and adult brain surgery and non-surgical radiosurgical procedures.
WFUBMC becomes the USA's first Leksell Center of Radiosurgery
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center’s (WFUBMC) is named a Leksell Center of Radiosurgery and becomes the first centre in the USA.
Radiosurgery device offers precise painless tumour treatment in a single session
For the first time in the UK cancer patients are beginning to receive treatment with the Novalis Tx radiosurgery device which offers those with inoperable tumours a precise painless treatment in a single patient visit.
University Hospital La Timone delivers radiosurgery to 10,000th patient
Neurosurgeons at University Hospital La Timone (Marseilles, France) put their Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion system to use to deliver radiosurgery to the centre’s 10,000th patient, a 40-year-old woman.
Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital begins treating cancer patients with TrueBeam
Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver is among the first medical centres in the world - and the first in Colorado - to commence treating cancer patients using the new TrueBeam system for image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery, a new technology platform designed to target a moving tumour with s
NGHA of Saudi Arabia signs MRgRT deal with IMRIS and Varian
The Saudi Arabian National Guard Health Affairs (NGHA) signs an agreement with Varian Medical Systems and IMRIS, to develop and build a facility for magnetic resonance-guided radiation therapy (MRgRT).
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