Stereotactically delivered cranial radiation therapy: a ten-year experience of linac-based radiosurgery in the UK.

In 1989, linear accelerator (linac)-based cranial stereotactic radiation therapy ('radiosurgery') was introduced in the UK at St Bartholomew's Hospital; a new, relocatable stereotactic frame was first used at the same time, allowing fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy. In the first decade of clinical practice using this technology, some 200 patients with… (More)