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IMRT for adjuvant radiation in gastric cancer: a preferred plan?
Assessment of fully-automated atlas-based segmentation of novel oral mucosal surface organ-at-risk.
Comparability of three output prediction models for a compact passively double‐scattered proton therapy system
It is concluded that the models can be comparably used for the compact proton therapy system and model A generally has the potential to more accurately predict the output if a larger dataset for commissioning is used.
Comparison of volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) and intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) plannings for the treatment of left sided breast and regional lymphatic tissue
Investigating the treatment plan quality and feasibility of a single isocenter VMAT plans for the treatment of left sided breast cancer including the whole breast, internal mammary nodes (IMN) and supraclavicular (S/C) nodes found some distinct advantage over Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) in limiting dose to the critical organs.
Use of Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy ( IMRT ) in the Treatment of Sarcoma
Intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) is an exciting new technique with the potential to improve radiotherapy treatment by reducing dose to normal structures and increasing dose to the cancer by improving homogeneity, conformity index and underdosing.
Importance of Treatment Planning Systems in Radiation Therapy for Cancer Treatment - A Brief Report
Current literature suggests that Acuros XB is more accurate for dose calculations in external beam photon radiation therapy, and the latest findings on the accuracy of most commonly used photon dose calculation algorithms in commercial treatment planning systems are summarized.