SRT or Stereotactic radiotherapy is a procedure of using several precisely focused beams of radiation to treat tumors as well as other related problems inside the brain, lungs, spine, neck, liver and other body parts.
Moreover, it can not be termed as surgery as per the traditional manner since no incision takes place. Rather it uses 3D imaging for targeting high radiation doses to the affected parts with minimal effect on the healthy tissues in the surrounding of the affected part.
Stereotactic Radiotherapy for the brain as well as the spine is generally completed in one session only. For other body parts like lungs, adrenal, in short, the soft tissue tumors require multiple sessions ranging from 3 to 5.
Almost 5 decades past, stereotactic radiosurgery, pioneered as one less invasive as well as a safer alternative for the standard surgery of brain (neurosurgery), that requires incisions inside the skin, the skull, and the membranes that surround the brain as well as the brain tissue.
From then on, the practice of this stereotactic radiosurgery expanded widely in order to treat several different neurological plus other conditions, as mentioned below:
Researchers are further exploring the application of this stereotactic radiosurgery to treat numerous other ailments, including, breast cancer, prostate cancer, melanoma of the eye, lung cancer, psychological disorders like obsessive-compulsive disorder, and epilepsy.
Several factors affect the stereotactic radiotherapy cost depending on the area and severity of the treatment. Such as:
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