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Whole brain radiotherapy


What is Whole Brain Radiation Therapy (WBRT)? Chapter 4 — Brain Metastases: A Documentary


Why is Whole Brain Radiation Therapy Still Performed? Chapter 13 — Brain Metastases: A Documentary


Risks of whole brain radiation therapy outweigh benefits for patients with limited brain metastases


Dr. Jyoti Patel on Delaying Whole Brain Radiation for Brain Metastases


Side Effects of Palliative Radiation Therapy to the Brain | Memorial Sloan Kettering

Whole brain radiotherapy (WBRT) is a palliative option for patients with brain metastases that alleviates symptoms, decreases the use of corticosteroids needed to control tumor-associated edema, and potentially improves overall survival. It has been reported to increase the risk of cognitive decline.
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