Disease Treatment

Disease Treatment

A variety of benign tumors occur in the skull base, including epithelial, fibro-osseous, mesenchymal, neurogenic, and vascular tumors. Despite the slow growth of benign skull base tumors, significant clinical symptoms and even death may be due to compression and dysfunction of adjacent vital structures. Therefore, an understanding of biophysical and radiobiological principles is essential for designing and delivering safe and effective treatments.

CD BioSciences combines the knowledge of biology and physics with a commitment to providing specialized biophysical services for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Disease Treatment

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI is a diagnostic technique that uses the nuclear magnetic resonance phenomenon of a nucleus in human tissue to reconstruct an image of a certain level of the human body by processing the resultant radiofrequency signals through an electronic computer. MRI is a physical phenomenon that has been used as a means of analysis in the fields of physics, chemistry, and biology, as well as in medical clinical research. MRI can also help doctors clarify the extent of tumors, avoid tissue damage and inadvertent injury during surgery, and provide a more accurate picture of a tumor than would otherwise be possible. In addition, MRI can assist in defining the extent of the tumor, avoiding tissue damage and misinjury during surgery, thereby improving the effectiveness and success rate of treatment.


Radiotherapy is one of the major treatment methods for malignant tumors, which can be used for the radical and palliative treatment of almost all solid tumors. Radiotherapy is usually combined with surgery, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy. With advances in external radiation therapy, including intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), stereotactic radiation therapy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT)-guided brachytherapy, and particle therapy, clinicians are better able to protect peripheral organs while selectively targeting areas containing tumors. Optimal patient positioning and organ/tumor motion management are also critical to maximize treatment rates with high-precision radiotherapy.

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound is a mechanical wave with a frequency higher than the range of audible sound waves. High-intensity ultrasound can directly kill cancer cells. The mechanism of action is to focus the ultrasound waves on the area with cancer cells through special equipment, destroying the cancer cells with heat, with little or no effect on the surrounding tissues where the ultrasound waves are not focused. In addition, ultrasound can increase the sensitivity of tumor cells to X-ray radiation and enhance the effect of X-rays on tumors. Recent studies have confirmed that ultrasound therapy can induce an immune response, thus preventing the recurrence of cancer.

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