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Vestibularis-Schwannome

  • Harun Badakhshi
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Zusammenfassung

Vestibularis-Schwannome (VS) entstammen den Schwann-Zellen des achten Hirnnervs, N. vestibulochochlearis, speziell vom Vestibularis-Ast, der Informationen über räumliche und zeitliche Gleichgewichtszustände zum Hirnstamm vermittelt. Da der andere Ast desselben Nervs und der siebte Hirnnerv (N. facialis) in unmittelbarer Nachbarschaft liegen, können beim expansiven oder infiltrativen VS-Wachstum beide Nerven in ihrer Funktion gestört sein. Dies führt ggf. zu klinischen, die Lebensqualität der Patienten verringernden Problemen. Bildgeführte stereotaktische Radiochirurgie kann in allen ihren Erscheinungsformen (konventionelle oder dedizierte Linearbeschleuniger, Gamma- und Cyber-Knife) das VS-Wachstum wirksam behindern und Symptome verbessern. Als ein hochpräzises nicht-invasives und sicheres Verfahren bietet die stereotaktische Radiochirurgie in der Behandlung kleiner VS sehr gute Ergebnisse und verbessert die Lebensqualität der Patienten. Sie kann ambulant durchgeführt werden und ist kosteneffektiv.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Harun Badakhshi
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  1. 1.Direktor der Klinik für integrative RadioonkologieKlinikum Ernst von Bergmann, akademisches Krankenhaus der CharitéPotsdamDeutschland

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