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Fig. 1. From: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS TREATED WITH FRACTIONATED STEREOTACTIC RADIOTHERAPY: AN INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE.

(a) Overall radiologic progression. (b) Progression by baseline volume. (c) Significant radiologic progression by baseline volume. Significant radiologic progression is defined as twice the baseline volume. (FSR = fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy).

SUMIT KAPOOR, et al. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. ;81(3):647-653.
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Fig. 2. From: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS TREATED WITH FRACTIONATED STEREOTACTIC RADIOTHERAPY: AN INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE.

(a) Tumor in 65-year-old man at time of treatment (approximate baseline volume of 800 mm3). (b) The same tumor after 32 months of follow-up has undergone a 5-fold growth (approximate volume is 4080 mm3). With “freedom from surgical intervention” used as a criterion, this obvious radiologic failure would be considered a success.

SUMIT KAPOOR, et al. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. ;81(3):647-653.

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