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Published in Lung Cancer

Expert Opinion / Cases · December 03, 2021

Isolated CNS Recurrence After Definitive Therapy for Stage III NSCLC

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Michael J. Grant MD

 

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  • marco buso

    Dec 10, 2021

    Whole brain radiotherapy
    No systemic therapy, surveillance imaging

  • Leoncio Arribas Alpuente

    Dec 10, 2021

    WBRT plus concomitant boost, without systemic therapy if only had brain metastasis

  • Jean-Yves Douillard

    Feb 11, 2022

    This case should be discussed in MDT with a radiation oncologist. 
    The patient is 75, he has brain metastasis as a single organ site. Based on the number of metastatic lesions, I would favour Whole Brain Radiotherapy. After re-evaluation of the brain and in the absence of disease progression at other sites, in a discussion with the patient, I would suggest no further systemic therapy, surveillance imaging and would wait for documented relapse to start another treatment depending on the clinical presentation.

  • Jul 06, 2022

    Pending Moderator approval.
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