CyberKnife Radiosurgery – World’s Most Advanced Technology at IndiaCarez affiliated World Class Hospitals in India

Cyber KnifeWorld’s Most Advanced Technology to treat tumors with pin-point accuracy and precisely deliver treatment to the tumor alone, sparing surrounding healthy tissue.

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A new hope for patients who have inoperable or surgically complex tumors, or who may be looking for a non-surgical option.Cyberknife radiosurgery is a non –invasive, high-energy radiation treatment that delivers very precise beams of radiation from many angles outside the body. The accuracy of Cyberknife is so precise that radiation can be ‘matched’ to the shape of small complex tumors, even those located near critical organs. This ability allows Cyberknife to treat many lesions including some considered inoperable or untreatable with surgery.

How Cyberknife Radiosurgery works ?

CyberKnife System uses image guidance software to track and continually adjust treatment for any patient or tumor movement. This sets it far ahead of other similar treatments. It allows patients to breathe normally and relax comfortably during treatment. The Cyberknife integrates two highly advanced technologies:

  • An image-guidance system tracks and verifies tumor locations and enables automatic compensation for patient movement during treatment delivery. This system eliminates the need for an invasive head frame.
  • A multi–jointed robotic arm with six degrees of freedom provides exceptional maneuverability in targeting tumors. A high-energy X-ray source mounted on a robotic arm precisely locates the position of tumor in the body and delivers pinpoint radiation from more than 1200 angles with sub-millimeter accuracy.
  • The Cyberknife accuracy represents a major advance in radiosurgery. Digital radiographic images of anatomical features or implanted fiducials are used to precisely target the radiation. The focused radiation beams converge at the tumor to maximize the amount of radiation that reaches the tumor and minimize exposure surrounding health tissue.
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Benefits of CyberKnife Radiosurgery over other Stereotactic Radiosurgery systems

  • Stereotactic RadiosurgeryStereotactic Radiosurgery

      Some forms of radiosurgery require rigid head-frames that are screwed into the patient’s skull to minimize any movement.

      Some radiosurgery systems, which can only treat tumors in the head.

      Locate tumors within the body with the use of an invasive stereotactic headframe which is inconvenient and traumatic for patients.

      Stereotactic radiosurgery delivers highly focused beams from many directions so that the normal tissues experience less radiation and the treatment can be completed in one to three sessions.

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  • CyberKnife RadioSurgeryCyberKnife RadioSurgery

      The CyberKnife System does not require such extreme procedures to keep patients in place, and instead relies on sophisticated tracking software, allowing for a much more comfortable and non-invasive treatment.

      Has unlimited reach to treat a broad range of tumors throughout the body, including the prostate, lung, brain, spine, liver, pancreas, and kidney.

      The CyberKnife system is able to locate tumors within the body without the use of an invasive stereotactic headframe used with other systems. This is much more convenient and less traumatic for patients.

      The CyberKnife System can essentially “paint” the tumor with radiation allowing it to precisely deliver treatment to the tumor alone, sparing surrounding healthy tissue.

What Types of Cancers can CyberKnife Radiosurgery System Treat?

Brain Tumors

  • Brain Tumors

    • Acoustic Neuroma
    • Pituitary Adenoma.
    • Skull Base Tumors
    • Meningioma
    • Neurofibroma & Schwannoma
    • Brain Metastases
    • Hemangioblastoma
    • Chordoma
    • Astrocytoma, Glioma, Glioblastoma Multiforme, Oligodendroglioma
Brain Tumors

  • Brain Tumors

    • Metastases To Spine and Bone
    • Radioresistant Tumors.
    • Spine Unresectable & Marginally Resectable Tumors.

Lung and Pulmonary Tumors
Lung and PulmonaryThe CyberKnife SuperDimension System : The most advance Lung/Thorsac capabilities available, through the cutting edge tool called the SuperDimension Bronchus System. Using the SuperDimension system, with the CyberKnife VSI imaging system, all lung abnormalities that show up on X-rays and CT-scans are within reach of a bronchoscope. Therefore, this new minimally invasive approach to biopsy replaces the need for high-risk invasive procedures, such as intrathoracic needle biopsy and open surgery. This advanced technology of SuperDimension sets the stage for an earlier diagnosis, and an earlier diagnosis improve success rates in treatment.

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Kidney Cancer
The CyberKnife VSI’s Synchrony System provides unprecedented accuracy that also extends to the treatment of tumors which move with the body as an individual breathes in respiration, due to the CyberKnife VSI’s technology that “learns” and matches patients’ respiratory patterns, and accounts for them, allowing the precise dose to always be targeted at the tumor, making CyberKnife VSI highly effective for kidney and renal-cell cancer and tumors. CyberKnife VSI differs from radiation therapy, which irradiates both normal and cancerous tissues.

CyberKnife VSI delivers an ablative dose to the tumor with submillimeter accuracy and minimal exposure of normal tissue. As a result, we can treat inoperable patients, shrink tumors for less radical resections, destroy radioresistant tumors and treat patients previously treated with radiation. In addition, patients experience short, painless treatments with far fewer side effects, limited (if any) downtime and an immediate return to activities.

Prostate Cancer and Tumors
CyberKnifeCyberKnife VSI differs from radiation therapy, which irradiates both normal and cancerous tissues. CyberKnife VSI delivers an ablative dose to the tumor with submillimeter accuracy and minimal exposure of normal tissue. As a result, we can treat inoperable patients, shrink tumors for less radical resections, destroy radioresistant tumors and treat patients previously treated with radiation. In addition, patients experience short, painless treatments with far fewer side effects, limited (if any) downtime and an immediate return to activities.

CyberKnife VSI prostate radiosurgery effectively addresses shortcomings of other treatments for early stage prostate cancer. It is less invasive, with faster recovery than radical prostatectomy, vastly shorter in duration and with sharper treatment margins compared with external beam radiotherapy, potentially less urologically traumatic and obstructive than permanent source brachytherapy, and less invasive than HDR brachytherapy.

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Pancreas Cancer
With radiotherapy, it is very challenging to deliver a potentially curative radiation dose to the pancreatic tumor volume, due to its typical close approximation to the stomach, duodenum, small intestine, large intestine, liver, kidneys and spinal cord, and the CyberKnife VSI offers the most precise technology to accurately deliver radiotherapy.

The CyberKnife VSI Synchrony respiratory tracking system locks onto implanted gold fiducial markers and correlates their position with the respiratory cycle as determined by optical tracking, to track the targeted lesion with 1.5 mm accuracy throughout the entire breathing cycle, allowing a much smaller applied margin compared with other radiation delivery systems. This gives CyberKnife VSI the distinction of being the only device that currently brings radiosurgical precision to a respiration-induced moving target such as the pancreas.

Liver Cancer
Liver Caner Many nonsurgical approaches have also been applied to unresectable hepatobiliary lesions, including radiofrequency ablation, cryoablation, chemoembolization, direct hepatic chemotherapeutic infusion, and systemic chemotherapy. Radiotherapy has also been used to treat hepatobiliary lesions. Traditional forms of radiotherapy have had a limited role in the management of hepatobiliary lesions, largely due to the fact that the liver parenchyma itself is very sensitive to radiation injury, particularly if a large volume of hepatic tissue is irradiated to a dose larger than 30Gy.

Contemporary high dose conformal radiotherapy has yielded more meaningful and durable clinical responses in patients with hepatobiliary neoplasms, and the CyberKnife VSI offer the best option to these types of liver aliments.

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Breast Cancer
The advantages of CyberKnife VSI treatment for breast cancers include fewer technical limitations, more convenient treatment schedules, better accuracy and a lower risk of toxicity due to smaller volumes of healthy breast and surrounding tissue receiving radiation. CyberKnife VSI differs from radiation therapy, which irradiates both normal and cancerous tissues. CyberKnife VSI delivers an ablative dose to the tumor with submillimeter accuracy and minimal exposure of normal tissue.

As a result, we can treat inoperable patients, shrink tumors for less radical resections, destroy radioresistant tumors and treat patients previously treated with radiation. In addition, patients experience short, painless treatments with far fewer side effects, limited (if any) downtime and an immediate return to activities.


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“I was looking for a treatment that offered me the best chance for a complete cure,” “But it was extremely important to me to avoid the complications – impotence, incontinence and bowel problems – that commonly result from prostate cancer treatment.” CyberKnife treatment was best option to meet all of those criteria. “What convinced me to do it was the preciseness, how the CyberKnife stops and recalibrates in order to accurately treat the tumor,” I said. “Once I made the decision to go with the CyberKnife, I felt a calm and relief that I wouldn’t have to go through all the complications.”

The expect fatigue and some short-term urinary symptoms, The treatment didn’t slow Scott down. Just two days after the treatment ended, he was back out on the golf course, playing 18 holes with his friends. And a few months later he was fly fishing for salmon on Eagle Creek in Labrador on the Atlantic coast of Canada.

The results of CyberKnife treatment exceeded Scott’s expectations. At his last appointment with on November 13, 2006, Scott’s Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) level was down to 0.7. “Not only did it cure my disease, there were no complications and minimal side effects,”. “I feel very fortunate that I could avoid all the complications that are devastating to men.”

Mr. Scott Johnson, Canada, Cyberknife RadioSurgery stars

 

What is the Treatment Course?

CyberKnife treatment is performed on an outpatient basis. The patient receives an initial consultation with the radiation oncologist and surgeon. A CT scan (3-D X-ray) is obtained. The 3-D image obtained is used by the physicians, physicists and team to create a treatment plan.

The patient will return for the one-hour treatment within a few days after the consultation.

The number of treatments will vary depending on tumor size, location and shape, but the number of treatments is usually between one and four.