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CMC-NorthEast is proud to be the second hospital in the state of North Carolina and the only one in the region to provide CyberKnife® treatment for cancer patients. Since moving into our new building, The Pavilion, in May 2007, our Batte Cancer Center has provided state-of-the-art facilities, advances in technology, and highly-trained physicians while still bringing you the compassionate care that you have come to expect from CMC-NorthEast.
The CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System, pioneered at Stanford University, is the first radiosurgery system designed to treat tumors anywhere in the body with sub-millimeter accuracy. Because of its extreme precision, the CyberKnife® System can continuously track, detect and correct for tumor and patient movement throughout the treatment.
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Who can be treated by the robotic radiosurgery system?
- Patients otherwise diagnosed as inoperable
- Patients too young for frame-based surgery
- Those who want or need an alternative to traditional open surgery
- Patients who have already received the maximum allowable dosage of radiation
- Those who would like to avoid treatment with a stereotactic frame
- Patients who don't want to undergo an additional operation to remove recurrent or residual tumors
||What will the robotic radiosurgery system treat?
The following are some of the conditions that will be treated by CyberKnife® at CMC-NorthEast:
- Tumors and lesions inside the cranium
- Tumors and lesions outside the cranium
- Spine cancer and spinal cord tumors
- Malignant tumors (primary & metastases)
- Benign brain tumors, such as acoustic neuromas, meningiomas, pituitary adenomas, craniopharngiomal hemangioblastoma, schwannomas
|Other conditions that can be treated by the robotic radiosurgery system include:
- Malformations of blood vessels within the brain, such as arteriovenous malformations (AVMs)
- Functional disorders (trigeminal neuralgia)
- Cancers involving the brain
- Lung cancers
- Pancreatic cancers
- Metastatic orbital tumors, orbital lymphomas and orbital inflammations
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