Gamma Knif radiosurgery.

Gamma Knif radiosurgery, a gentler alternative to traditional brain surgery, delivers up to thousands of low-intensity beams to one or more targets with pinpoint accuracy. ‘Gamma Knife is the accepted gold standard when radiosurgery radiosurgery in the brain,’says Olof Sand? Elekta Executive Vice President, Europe and AFLAME. ‘The acquisition of PERFEXION of CHUV, combine together with the Centre ‘s extensive experience CHUV Radiosurgery Gamma Knife staff the the most effective and efficient patient care for serious diseases of the brain.

Have now Gentler option to brain tumors and other brain diseases TreatCentre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois , a large university hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland is to use the first Leksell Gamma Knif PERFEXION in the country. Since July, a multidisciplinary team, including a neurosurgeon, oncologist and medical physicist, has been treating patients for a variety of brain tumors and vascular disease in the brain.

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