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Email Dr. Jeffery Williams ( The decisions related to treatment for the chordomas depend upon the complete understanding of the competing risks vs. benefits for the different treatments for chordomas. Options for chordomas treatment may include surgery or radiosurgery. The FSR (fractionated stereotactic radiosurgery) for chordoma is an important option for treatment. The important considerations include the size and rate of growth of the chordoma as well as the progression of any symptoms (hearing, balance, ringing).

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