This presentation was part of the 2021 clinical symposia, Radiotherapy for Benign Conditions. See Dr. Ott’s presentation and slides below from the first session, Radiotherapy for Inflammatory Conditions.
Dr. Sean E. Mazloom, MD, FAAD, from ReJUVA Dermatology, Vein & Skin Cancer Center, Venice, FL has been using the RADiant system to treat both squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) and basal cell carcinomas (BCC) in his practice. Depending on a number of factors specific to each patient, he has treated these conditions with superficial radiation therapy (SRT) and electronic brachytherapy (eBT). Below are two case studies that describe the treatment process and results.
Myrna has a history of multiple skin cancers that were treated with Mohs micrographic surgery. During the last year, Myrna was diagnosed twice with basal cell carcinomas (BCC). Her dermatologist, Dr. John Binhlam of Advanced Skin & Laser Center, in Brentwood, Tennessee recommended superficial radiation therapy (SRT) as an alternative to Mohs surgery based on several factors unique to her. Myrna had SRT treatment delivered with the RADiant system, right in Dr. Binhlam’s office.
Michael Crowe, MD, Owensboro Dermatology Associates, Owensboro, Kentucky Obviously, no one on Earth has ever been thrilled with a cancer diagnosis, but for those who have non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC), the good news for them is that it is usually treatable....