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Steriotactic Radiosurgery And Radiotherapy

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Know Steriotactic Radiosurgery at Go Health India a highly-precise form of radiation therapy that means chiefly to treat tumors and the other abnormalities of the brain. stsStereotactic Radiosurgery is called as a non-surgical procedure that uses highly focused x-rays to treat certain types of tumors, inoperable lesions and as a post-operative treatment to wipe out abnormal blood vessels in congenital arteriovernous malformations.

With this superlative form of surgical procedures, Go Health India seems ensuring its patients and clients have the enhanced and superior medical services in India that are reliable to bring you free from any ailing disorders.

Why to use Steriotactic Radiosurgery?

Stereotactic Radiosurgery is used to hold up the growth of small, deep brain tumors that appear hard to remove during the surgery. Such therapy may be used in patients who are unable to have surgery, such as the elderly or those who are very sick. Also this may be used after surgery to treat any remaining abnormal tissue.

Conditions to treat by Steriotactic Radiosurgery

  • Cancers that start in the brain;
  • Cancers that spread to the brain;
  • Benign tumors arising from the membranes covering the brain;
  • Benign tumors of the inner ear;
  • Irregular blood vessels in the brain.

Risks to Surgery

This may damage tissue around the area being treated. Brain swelling is likely to occur in people who received treatment to the brain. Swelling can leave without treatment, but some people might have a need to medicine in controlling the swelling.

Who needs the Surgery?

Patients that have stereotactic therapy may be treated for one or more lesions concurrently. Preferably the lesions should be 5 cm in size or smaller. Each patient’s situation may differ and so, passing on physician consultation with the radiation oncologist is necessary.

Before the Surgery

Before the treatment, you are likely to have MRI or CT scans. Using these images, a computer makes a 3-D map of the tumor area. This planning process assists your radiation oncologist to settle on the detailed treatment area.

After the Surgery

After the surgery, you are likely to go home about an hour after the treatment gets ended. So you should arrange for someone to take you home. If there are no complications such as swelling, you may go back to their regular activities.