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Definition of the prostate in CT and MRI: a multi-observer study.
PURPOSE To determine, in three-dimensions, the difference between prostate delineation in magnetic resonance (MR) and computer tomography (CT) images for radiotherapy treatment planning. PATIENTSExpand
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Quantification of organ motion during conformal radiotherapy of the prostate by three dimensional image registration.
PURPOSE Knowledge about the mobility of organs relative to the bony anatomy is of great importance when preparing and verifying conformal radiotherapy. The conventional technique for measuring theExpand
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Variation in volumes, dose-volume histograms, and estimated normal tissue complication probabilities of rectum and bladder during conformal radiotherapy of T3 prostate cancer.
PURPOSE To determine the pattern of changes of rectum and bladder structures during conformal therapy of T3 prostate cancer and the impact of these changes on the accuracy of the dose-volumeExpand
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Revision of the moss-genus Neckeropsis (Neckeraceae). I. Asiatic and Pacific species
This study was started as a revision of the Malaysian species of Neckeropsis, but soon it proved to be necessary to include the species from the adjacent areas. The result was a revision covering allExpand
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Interactive three dimensional inspection of patient setup in radiation therapy using digital portal images and computed tomography data.
PURPOSE Presently, the majority of clinical tools to quantify deviations in patient setup during external beam radiotherapy is based on two-dimensional (2D) analysis of portal images. The purpose ofExpand
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Taxonomic Results of the BRYOTROP Expedition to Zaire and Rwanda 29. Thuidiaceae, Thuidium
For a revision of the African species see Touw (1976). The scarcity of Thuidium samples among the expedition’s collections is most surprising and inexplicable, considering the size of the expedition,Expand
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Automatic registration of pelvic computed tomography data and magnetic resonance scans including a full circle method for quantitative accuracy evaluation.
The purpose of this study is to develop a method for registration of CT and MR scans of the pelvis with minimal user interaction and to obtain a means for objective quantification of the registrationExpand
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