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Concept Radiosurgery
Academic Article Accuracy and feasibility of cone-beam computed tomography for stereotactic radiosurgery setup.
Academic Article Anniversary Paper: the role of medical physicists in developing stereotactic radiosurgery.
Academic Article A practical approach to prevent gantry-couch collision for linac-based radiosurgery.
Academic Article Hypofractionated stereotactic radiotherapy using intensity-modulated radiotherapy in patients with one or two brain metastases.
Academic Article Development of a frameless stereotactic radiosurgery system based on real-time 6D position monitoring and adaptive head motion compensation.
Academic Article Effect of MLC leaf width and PTV margin on the treatment planning of intensity-modulated stereotactic radiosurgery (IMSRS) or radiotherapy (IMSRT).
Academic Article Stereotactic body radiotherapy for multisite extracranial oligometastases: final report of a dose escalation trial in patients with 1 to 5 sites of metastatic disease.
Academic Article Stereotactic body radiation therapy: the report of AAPM Task Group 101.
Academic Article The utility of FDG-PET for assessing outcomes in oligometastatic cancer patients treated with stereotactic body radiotherapy: a cohort study.
Academic Article The role of medical physicists in developing stereotactic radiosurgery.
Academic Article Towards frameless maskless SRS through real-time 6DoF robotic motion compensation.
Academic Article Validation of MLC-based linac radiosurgery for trigeminal neuralgia.
Academic Article Frame-based radiosurgery of multiple metastases using single-isocenter volumetric modulated arc therapy technique.
Academic Article ACR-ASTRO Practice Parameter for the Performance of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy.
Academic Article Dosimetric feasibility of brain stereotactic radiosurgery with a 0.35 T MRI-guided linac and comparison vs a C-arm-mounted linac.
Academic Article Linear accelerator-based stereotactic radiosurgery for glossopharyngeal neuralgia is safe and effective - Report of two cases.
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