New neurosurgical workflow for patients with brain tumors

ZEISS peer-to-peer webinar

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Walavan Sivakumar, MD
Neurosurgeon
Pacific Neuroscience Institute, California, USA

Peter Nakaji, MD
Neurosurgeon
University of Arizona College of Medicine, USA

Jennifer Eschbacher, MD
Neuropathologist
Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Christopher Cifarelli, MD, PhD
Director Radiation Oncology
West Virginia University Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Program, USA

Henning Kahl, MD
Radiation Oncologist
University Hospital, Augsburg, Germany


Summary

Insights into a new neurosurgical workflow for patients with brain tumors

During this multidisciplinary ZEISS webinar neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists and a neuropathologist share their insights about the application of the ZEISS Tumor Workflow technologies.
The following topics are covered: The use of fluorescein for brain tumors, clinical experiences with the in vivo confocal endomicroscopy system ZEISS CONVIVO from a neurosurgical (starting at minute 24:05) and a neuropathological (starting at minute 37:00) standpoint as well as a radiation oncologists’ perspective (starting at minute 1:01:00) on the role of IORT in treatment of brain metastases and glioblastoma.


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