Suitable for numerous treatment indications

Tumors can be treated very well with the Cyberknife and ZAP-X technology if the relatively strict indication criteria for radiosurgery are met. For example, tumors must not be too large and must have clear boundaries. If this is the case, a Cyberknife or ZAP-X treatment is often a much more comfortable alternative to surgery or radiotherapy lasting several weeks.

ZAP-X treatment
While Cyberknife technology can treat the entire body area, ZAP-X technology is specifically designed for brain treatments.

Brain diseases

A large number of benign and malignant brain tumors can be treated with the Cyberknife or ZAP-X technology.

Uveal melanoma (eye tumor) ›
Acoustic neuromas (vestibular schwannomas) ›
Meningiomas ›
Angiomas – arteriovenous malformations (AVM) ›
Brain metastases ›
Trigeminal neuralgia ›
Prostate cancer

As an alternative to surgery or conventional radiation, certain prostate tumors can be treated well with the Cyberknife method.

Prostate carcinomas (Gleason 6 and 7, PSA up to 20 ng/ml) ›
Prostate carcinoma – recurrences ›
Spinal column/spinal cord diseases

Benign and malignant spinal tumors represent a suitable indication for Cyberknife treatment.

Spinal metastases ›
Spinal neurinomas ›
Spinal meningiomas ›
Lung diseases

Small and well-defined lung tumors can be treated non-invasively with single-stage radiosurgery.

Kidney cancer

As an alternative to surgery, renal cell carcinomas can be successfully eliminated by cyberknife treatment.

Renal cell carcinoma ›
Lymph nodes

In certain locations, individual lymph node metastases can be treated with the Cyberknife technology.

Single lymph node metastases ›
Liver diseases

Liver metastases and hepatocellular carcinomas have been successfully treated with the Cyberknife method for years.

Primary hepatocellular carcinoma ›
Liver metastases ›

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