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Stereotactic radiosurgical treatment in 103 patients for 153 cerebral melanoma metastases.
PURPOSE To report on the outcome of patients with melanoma brain metastases treated with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). PATIENTS AND METHODS One hundred three patients with 153 intracranialExpand
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AWAKE CRANIOTOMY FOR BRAIN TUMORS NEAR ELOQUENT CORTEX: CORRELATION OF INTRAOPERATIVE CORTICAL MAPPING WITH NEUROLOGICAL OUTCOMES IN 309 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS
OBJECTIVEIntraoperative localization of cortical areas for motor and language function has been advocated to minimize postoperative neurological deficits. We report herein the results of aExpand
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Phase I Study of DNX-2401 (Delta-24-RGD) Oncolytic Adenovirus: Replication and Immunotherapeutic Effects in Recurrent Malignant Glioma.
Purpose DNX-2401 (Delta-24-RGD; tasadenoturev) is a tumor-selective, replication-competent oncolytic adenovirus. Preclinical studies demonstrated antiglioma efficacy, but the effects and mechanismsExpand
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A PILOT STUDY OF NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH ONE TO THREE NEW BRAIN METASTASES INITIALLY TREATED WITH STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY ALONE
OBJECTIVEWhether to administer or omit adjuvant whole-brain radiation therapy in conjunction with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) in the initial management of patients with one to three newlyExpand
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The Role of Tumor Size in the Radiosurgical Management of Patients with Ambiguous Brain Metastases
OBJECTIVETo identify a size cutoff below which it is safe to observe obscure brain lesions suspected of being metastases so that treatment of nonmetastases can be avoided. METHODSMedical records fromExpand
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Transthoracic vertebrectomy for metastatic spinal tumors.
OBJECT Anterior approaches to the spine for the treatment of spinal tumors have gained acceptance; however, in most published reports, patients with primary, metastatic, or chest wall tumorsExpand
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MLTI-10. ESTABLISHMENT OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY BRAIN METASTASIS CLINIC TO FACILITATE PATIENT-CENTERED CARE AND COORDINATED RESEARCH
Abstract BACKGROUND: ~30% cancer patients develop brain metastases (BM), reflected by ~1600 BM patients treated at MD Anderson Cancer Center annually. With advances in systemic therapy andExpand