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Since 3-4 weeks I am suffering from weird problems listed below. 1) feeling of heartache at night. 2) mood less 3) fear of losing life. 4) thoughts of something bad will happen. 5) nausea 6) feeling of vomiting while reading or seeing out in moving car. 7) headache. 8) I am also suffering from migraine.
I am having a minor seizure and I am taking medicine named valparin Chrono 200 and also my final exam s are going but my mind doesn't likes to study and my interest for study is decreasing is this due to valparin Chrono 200?
Father aged 70. On Parkinson's disease for last 5 months. 2 exchanges per day. Doctor has advised dytor 40 twice a day, after an episode of hypervolumia few days ago. Want to know if dytor dose is adequate.
I am 26 year old male having medicines for the past 3 years as I am suffering from motor neuropathy. When it will get cure.
Hi I am 57 years old male. Undergone bypass in apr 2007 at delhi heart and lungs institute. In aug 1999 gal bladder and cyst over pancreas was removed at sir ganga ram hospital. Sugar wef 2004. Presently, taking medicines as under:-glimysave m2 forte (one each in morning and evening), zivast 10, ziram 5, ceruvin a 75+75 and betaloc 25 (one tablet each at night). Feeling tiredness and thakaan. Pairon aur taange sunn ho rahi hai. Kindly advice me.
My mother suffering Parkinson for over 5 years she was advised to take supracal which she took for some time but discontinued since for over 2 years now fearing side effects. Is supracal safe to take or can she take less dose of the same or any natural calcium enhancers. Please advise.
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There are several prospective and randomized studies (level I evidence) with long-term follow up data supporting the use of radiosurgery in these clinical indications. Other indications of radiosurgery are pituitary tumour, craniopharyngiomas, glomus tumours, chordomas and others. Robotic radiosurgery (CyberKnife®) is precision radiosurgery delivery system and an extension of gamma-knife system. CyberKnife uses the principle of gamma-knife, but with linear accelerator source instead of multiple cobalt sources. CyberKnife is capable to treating all tumours indicated for gamma-knife with similar accuracy.
This modern tool has some additional advantages from gamma-knife, such as
1) CyberKnife can use fractionated treatment, hence relatively larger tumours can be treated.
2) Require only thermoplastic mask, no need for invasive frame.
3) Has inverse planning system, can spare critical structure.
4) There is a ‘intra-fraction’ correction technology with imaging.
5) There is no need to change the source, hence may be more cost effective.
6) Can be used to treat extra-cranial tumours also. CyberKnife has a linear accelerator attached with a robot and is capable of treatment from various coplanar and non-coplanar field arrangements. CyberKnife has sub-millimeter accuracy and unmatched dose distribution.
The advanced technology behind CyberKnife uses image guidance technology and computer-controlled robotics to deliver and extremely precise dose of radiation to targets, avoiding the surrounding healthy tissue, and adjusting for patient and tumor movement during treatment. In conclusion, CyberKnife is an extension of gammaknife radiosurgery delivery system. This machine has immense promise to treat with short course regimens with high dose and improve local control without increasing toxicities. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.