Dosimetry Plan Library

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SRS/SBRT Dosimetry Plan Library

As a service for our members, the Radiosurgery Society® (RSS) Physics Committee has set out to establish a library of real-life radiosurgery cases, with treatment plans created by experienced specialists. This resource is targeted at centers starting an SRS/SBRT program and looking for practice on real-life examples, as well as professionals wishing to experiment and compare their established planning technique. 

Below is brief overview of the cases currently available in the system. As mentioned above, the library is one of the benefits reserved for RSS Members. Members will need to login to access the library.

Brain Metastases

Case 1 

  55-year-old female with metastatic breast cancer now with solitary brain metastasis in right cerebellum.
Case 2
  55-year-old male with metastatic renal cell carcinoma with multiple brain metastasis. Treatment to left frontal lesion.
Case 3   60-year-old female with metastatic renal cell cancer now with solitary brain metastasis in left occipital lobe.
Acoustic Neuroma / Vestibular Schwannoma
Case 1   54-year-old male with vestibular schwannoma, symptomatic (tinnitus, balance / dizziness).
Case 2   74-year-old female with growing acoustic neuroma, no neurological deficit, fit and well.
Prostate Carcinoma
Case 1   79-year-old male with localized low intermediate risk prostate carcinoma (T1c cN0 cM0, Gleason 3 + 4 = 7a, PSA = 11 ng/ml, 12/2015).
Renal Cell Carcinoma
Case 1   83-year-old, female with Renal Cell Carcinoma of the right kidney (05/2016, incidental finding). Fatigue, no further clinical symptoms. Urologist decision: Not eligible for surgery. Curative treatment intent.

DISCLAIMER: The data here is not intended to provide a goal for your clinical plans to achieve, nor is it intended to guide your clinical protocols. Although the case studies here are an indication of the likely plan quality achievable, they are not necessarily the best plans achievable. Additionally, these cases do not define how to score the quality of a plan, or how a plan may be better or worse than another.
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