CyberKnife


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CyberKnife

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Cyberknife

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(Electronics) med trademark a laser surgery technique which uses a mobile robotic arm to target tumours, etc, more effectively than conventional radiotherapy
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KARACHI -- Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) Karachi on Saturday organized a program to acknowledge the services of Head of Radiology Department and CyberKnife, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) Prof Dr Tariq Mehmood for his contribution for poor patients.
Dr Aditya Gupta, who is aneurosurgeon, cyberknife at Artemis Hospital said, "CyberKnife radiation surgery is one of the most advanced & non invasive therapy available for treating benign as well as malignant tumors with the use of precise beams of high-dose radiation.
Reportedly, this centre also treats patients using a CyberKnife System and will use RayStation for this in the future.
Accuray announced that data from a study of 138 patients with trigeminal neuralgia showed stereotactic radiosurgery delivered with the CyberKnife System resulted in "rapid and long-lasting pain relief, with minimal side effects".
CyberKnife, a robotic system that delivers pain-free, non-surgical high-dose radiation therapy
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The recipient of the third edition of the presitigous award will use the money for either a new gentle cleansing unit or cyberknife unit, he said.
Speaking to Al Watan, Khater said among the latest devices that have been introduced in this field is the use of Cyberknife system that helps determine the exact location of the tumour, follows tumour movement and also reduces the effect on the healthy tissue surrounding the tumour.
The BLK CyberKnife Center doctors are a team of most experienced medical professionals who have a thorough knowledge and years old experience in the field.
Accuray Incorporated has signed an agreement with medPhoton GmbH to collaborate on integration of its ImagingRing system, a new technology for volumetric image guidance, with the CyberKnife System.
The company's major products include CyberKnife robotic radiosurgery systems and TomoTherapy system.
The 52-year-old from Boduan, near Pwllheli, took matters into her own hands and researched alternative treatments - which is when she came across CyberKnife in Atlanta, Georgia.