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Cyberknife Radiosurgery for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Vulva After Prior Pelvic Radiation Therapy (p. 375-380)
Limited options exist for patients experiencing a local recurrence of vulvar malignancies after surgery and pelvic radiation. These recurrences often are associated with cancer-related skin desquamation and poor clinical outcomes. A new radiotherapeutic treatment modality for the previously irradiated patient is cyberknife radiosurgery, which uses a linear accelerator mounted on an industrial robotic arm to allow non-coplanar radiation therapy delivery with sub-millimeter precision. This study describes the first reported use of cyberknife radiosurgery for the treatment of recurrent vulvar cancer in three women.
Key words: Vulvar cancer; Cyberknife radiosurgery.
TCRT October 2008
No. 5 (p 341-414)
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