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Gamma Knife vs. CyberKnife

Gamma Knife vs. CyberKnife Gamma Knife is the top-of-the-line method for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) treatment of brain disorders. With more than 600,000 cases treated worldwide, it sets the bar against which other radiosurgery technologies are measured. Consider the following differences: Gamma Knife PerfexionTM CyberKnife 192 source cobalt unit designed exclusively for non-invasive brain radiosurgery Single [...]

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Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatments

Treating Trigeminal Neuralgia For more information or questions about Gamma Knife at UAMS please call 501-603-1800 or email the UAMS Gamma Knife Coordinator Karen Baxter-Rhodes, RN at BaxterrhoadesKarenL@uams.edu. Imagine for a moment, the simple pleasures of life - a kiss from a grandchild, or even brushing your teeth - as unbearably painful.  That's what those [...]

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Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Clinic

Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Clinic You shouldn't have to make choices between receiving cancer treatment and keeping up your daily schedule. At UAMS, our infusion centers are open before and after business hours as well as on weekends and holidays to offer the flexibility you need to manage your schedule so you can continue your familiar [...]

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Gamma Knife Successfully Shrinks Auditory Tumor

June 25, 2013 | Debbie Korte thought something was wrong with the telephone at the school where she works. One day in 2009, she answered it and could barely hear the caller's voice. As soon as she transferred the receiver to her other ear, Korte could hear the caller clearly, and she knew the source of the problem wasn't the phone.

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