Chordomas and chondrosarcoma
The webinar introduces the indication of surgery and hadrontherapy as the treatment of chordomas and chondrosarcomas. The therapeutic use of protons and carbons has gained significant interest due to advantageous physical and radiobiologic properties compared to photon-based therapy. By taking advantage of these unique properties, carbon ion radiotherapy (CIRT) may allow dose escalation to tumours while reducing radiation dose to adjacent normal tissues. For these reasons, CIRT has emerged as a promising strategy for the treatment of a variety of malignancies including sacral chordomas that have a relatively poor radiosensitivity and are in critical location. Topics of the webinar will also be the locoregional approach with systemic treatment and the validity of alternative local therapy when surgery or radiotherapy cannot be considered as the appropriate clinical choice.
Ester Orlandi 15.10
Indication to surgery of the sacrum and mobile spine: site specific morbidity and rational for alternative treatments
Stefano Radaelli 15.30
The role of the endoscopic endonasal approach (EEA) in the treatment of clival chordomas
Diego Mazzatenta 15.50
Proton therapy for chordoma and chondrosarcoma
Damien Weber 16.10
CNAO experience for chordoma and chondrosarcoma
Alberto Iannalfi, Maria Rosaria Fiore 16.30
Radiobiological aspects in plan optimization with hadrons for chordomas
Silvia Molinelli 16.50
When a systemic treatment is a valuable alternative to a locoregional approach
Silvia Stacchiotti 17.10
Alternative local therapy when there is no indication for surgery and radiotherapy
Carlo Morosi 17.30
Take home messages
Ester Orlandi 17.45
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