The ISRS began a serie of Webinars, starting October 11th, 2016.
These Webinars are organized through a specific online service. If you wish to attend these sessions, you will be asked to register first, but you also need to have a device (computer, smartphone, tablet) that meets specific requirements. Click here to check your system
After the webinar, a video replay is made available to ISRS members.
December 21, 2017
SRS/SRT Convexity and Parasagittal Meningiomas by Sergey ANIKIN
1:00 pm (Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London) - 2:00 pm CET (Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna) - 8:00 am (Eastern time - New York, Canada) - 11:00 am (Brasilia) - 10:00 pm (Tokyo) - 5:00 am (Pacific time - Los Angeles) - 11:00pm (Brisbane)
Complete tumor resection is not always possible. Many patient will not choose surgery treatment in case small- and medium sized tumors. Gamma-knife radiosurgery is effective method of treatment for convexity and parasagittal meningiomas as the adjuvant and initial treatment.The results treatment of meningiomas following stereotactic radiosurgery have been reported numerous publications. We focus on convexity and parasagittal meningiomas, treated with stereotactic radiosurgery, as most neurosutgeon prefer resection of radiosurgery to treat this type of tumor.
February 08, 2018
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Radiosurgery of AVM (But Were Afraid to Ask) by Mikhail CHERNOV
1:00 pm (Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London) - 2:00 pm CET (Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna) - 8:00 am (Eastern time - New York, Canada) - 10:00 am (Brasilia) - 10:00 pm (Tokyo) - 5:00 am (Pacific time - Los Angeles) - 11:00pm (Brisbane)
Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is an effective management option of intracranial AVM. It is particularly indicated for deep-seated or critically-located lesions. Successful treatment results in obliteration of the nidus within 1-3 years (so-called “latency period”) due to gradual thickening of the vessel wall. In small AVM (® is used. In general, it seems that for Spetzler-Martin grades I-II AVM microsurgical resection is the treatment of choice, for grade III single-staged SRS may be considered, whereas for grade IV-V either staged SRS or combined treatment is reasonable. However, this scheme is very general, and determination of the optimal treatment strategy for such patients depends on the various additional parameters.