Preoperative Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) vs. Postoperative SRS
Brain metastasis is one of the most common neurologic complications of cancer. Dr. Tom will discuss the role of surgery in brain metastasis, as well as provide participants with an understanding of the role of adjunctive whole-brain radiotherapy for resected brain metastasis.
Baptist Health gratefully acknowledges the commercial support provided by Elekta for this activity.
Neurosurgeons, medical physicists, radiation oncologists and neuro-otolaryngologists.
- Discuss the epidemiology of brain metastasis.
- Assess the role of surgery in brain metastasis.
- Summarize the role of adjunctive whole-brain radiotherapy (WBRT) for resected brain metastasis.
- Compare the pros and cons of postoperative stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS).
- Compare the pros and cons of preoperative SRS for resected brain metastasis.
Martin C. Tom, M.D.
Miami Cancer Institute
Baptist Health South Florida
Martin C. Tom, M.D., faculty for this educational event, receives grant/research support from Blue Earth Diagnostics. He has indicated that the presentation or discussion will not include off-label or unapproved product usage.
Michael McDermott, M.D., conference director for this educational event, is a consultant with Deinde Medical and Stryker.
Rupesh Kotecha, M.D., conference director for this educational event, has received honoraria from Elekta AB, Accuray Inc., Viewray Inc., Novocure Inc., and Elsevier. He has received research support from Medtronic, B. Earth Diagnostics, Novocure, Exelixis, CT Medical, Astrazeneca and Viewray. He is also on the speakers’ bureau with Novocure.
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