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Stereotactic Radiosurgery

Noninvasive, precision technology for personalized care

Utilizing ultraprecise radiation delivery techniques, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is a noninvasive procedure used to treat brain disorders such as tumors, AVM, and some functional diseases. When used to treat areas other than the brain it is sometimes known as stereotactic body radiation therapy SBRT, or stereotactic ablative radiation therapy (SABR).

Stereotactic Radiosurgery

SRS treatments are typically delivered using one of three technologies:

  • Gamma Knife
  • Linear Accelerator (Linac)
  • Proton Beam Therapy

SRS is increasingly used to replace other therapies in cancer care and neurological disorders. Elekta’s innovations in radiosurgery ensure that your treatment team has the right solution at hand to meet the growing needs of efficient, personalized care.

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Elekta Esprit

Protect the mind
Protect the person

Elekta Esprit is designed to do more than just preserve life, it's designed to preserve a whole lifetime.

Continuing the Leksell Gamma Knife tradition, its submillimeter accuracy redefines what is thought possible in SRS yet again.

By targeting even the smallest, most challenging intracranial targets while protecting essential healthy tissue, you can effectively treat the patient while keeping their self, safe.

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Elekta Versa HD™

Push the boundaries of your stereotactic capabilities

  • High-definition dynamic radiosurgery
  • Anatomically guided accuracy
  • End-to-end confidence
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Elekta Care is your partner for success. Our people and technology keep you running reliably and efficiently while helping you to optimize outcomes and grow your practice. We are by your side to support you now and deliver a lifetime of high performance and progress.

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Note: Because we are a manufacturer of radiation therapy equipment and related solutions, and not a company of healthcare providers, we are unable to provide you with specific medical advice regarding a health problem or disease.

Nevertheless, there are a number of high-quality online resources that you may find useful. Among them, the American Cancer Society and the US National Cancer Institute have high-quality information resources that are multi-lingual and available worldwide.