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Radiosurgery / SBRT is a product of multi-disciplinary endeavor. The journal is inclusive of physics, biology, and clinical experience of radiosurgery and SBRT, in the specialties of neurosurgery, radiation oncology, physics, other related medical specialties, and many other technological developments.
The mission of the journal is to:
- Serve as a primary, multi-disciplinary forum for the global communication of clinical, scientific and technical, educational, socioeconomic, and cultural ideas and issues for stereotactic radiosurgery.
- Create a principal international platform for establishing the highest level of radiosurgical practice through innovative research in physics, technical, biological, and clinical sciences.
- Provide networking for the exchange of knowledge among research scientists and clinical investigators from diverse background to further progress in the field of radisourgery and SBRT.
As the field of radiosurgery and SBRT continues to evolve with more clinical investigations, research, and new technologies, the aim of the journal is to broaden the scope of this unique international forum and to gather a larger audience interested in the field. The journal will broadly cover topics of physics and technical progress, biological investigation, and clinical investigation including case reports.