Leonard Cerullo, MD - Stereotactic Radiosurgery Part 2
Posted May 12 2009 6:09pm
This week Dr. Cerullo continues the series on stereotactic radiosurgery, by specifically discussing the use of stereotactic radiosurgery to treat brain metastases. Brain metastases are not an uncommon complication from patients suffering from breast cancer and lung cancer. The neurosurgeons at CINN have a significant amount of experience treating these patients with Gamma Knife radiosurgery, which offers a relatively non-invasive method of treatment for multiple brain tumors in a single session. Further questions regarding the treatment of brain metastases can be sent to Dr. Cerullo at email@example.com.