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Published in Brain Cancer

Journal Scan / Research · November 02, 2022

Imaging-Defined Necrosis After Treatment With Single-Fraction Stereotactic Radiosurgery and ICIs and Its Potential Association With Improved Outcomes in Patients With Brain Metastases

Journal of Neurosurgery


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Journal of Neurosurgery
Imaging-defined necrosis after treatment with single-fraction stereotactic radiosurgery and immune checkpoint inhibitors and its potential association with improved outcomes in patients with brain metastases: an international multicenter study of 697 patients
J. Neurosurg. 2022 Sep 16;[EPub Ahead of Print], EJ Lehrer, MS Ahluwalia, J Gurewitz, K Bernstein, D Kondziolka, A Niranjan, Z Wei, LD Lunsford, KR Fakhoury, CG Rusthoven, D Mathieu, C Trudel, TD Malouff, H Ruiz-Garcia, P Bonney, L Hwang, C Yu, G Zada, S Patel, CP Deibert, P Picozzi, A Franzini, L Attuati, RN Prasad, RR Raval, JD Palmer, CC Lee, HC Yang, BM Jones, S Green, JP Sheehan, DM Trifiletti

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