The previous literature on radiosurgical treatment for craniopharyngioma is sparse, because the involvement of the radiosensitive optic chiasm within the target volume (in most cases) precludes safe high single dosage. The relocatable frame, introduced at St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1989, utilizes the dosimetric advantages of stereotactic isodosimetry to treat with the safer fractionated therapy; this may well be the most advantageous methodology for larger and critically situated tumours ar...Expand abstract
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Stereotactic radiosurgery. IX. Craniopharyngioma: durable complete imaging responses and indications for treatment.
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