CyberKnife Prostate Cancer Treatment
The CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System can treat tumors anywhere in the body, but especially excels at treating the prostate. Despite its name, the CyberKnife System is not a surgical procedure. In fact, there is no cutting involved. Instead, the CyberKnife System delivers high doses of radiation directly to the prostate in four to five treatment sessions in a treatment called prostate stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT), also referred to as prostate radiosurgery.
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- What is CyberKnife and how does it treat Prostate Cancer?
The CyberKnife System offers patients a minimally invasive, alternative prostate cancer treatment…
- Stages of Prostate Cancer
In stage I, prostate cancer is found in the prostate only. Stage I prostate cancer is microscopic…
- Are there any Side Effects to Radiosurgery?
There are several different brands of Radiation Therapy (Cyberknife, Gamma Knife, IMRT, Linac, Novalis and TomoTherapy) and side effects can differ depending which you choose…
- Symptoms of Prostate Cancer
In most cases, prostate cancer symptoms are not apparent in the early stages of the disease. The symptoms of prostate cancer may be different…
- How is Prostate Cancer Diagnosed?
Prostate cancer screenings make it possible to detect the cancer in early stages, before symptoms are present. Current screening methods include…
- Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Explained
The PSA test measures the blood level of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA), a protein that is produced by the prostate gland…
- What is a Gleason Score in the Gleason Grading System?
The Gleason Grading system is used to help evaluate the prognosis of men with prostate cancer. Together with other parameters…