A feasibility study on the prediction of tumour location in the lung from skin motion.

@article{Ahn2004AFS,
  title={A feasibility study on the prediction of tumour location in the lung from skin motion.},
  author={Sung Ho Ahn and Byongyong Yi and Yelin Suh and J-J. Kim and Soyoung Lee and Sukyoung Shin and Euncheol Choi},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={77 919},
  pages={
          588-96
        }
}
The system for predicting tumour location from skin motion induced by respiration was designed to reduce the effects of target movement. Fluoroscopic studies on 34 sites in the lungs and 14 sites in the diaphragm were performed so that the motions of skin markers and organs could be observed simultaneously. While patients were lying down in the simulator with radio-opaque markers on their skin, fluoroscopic images both in the anterior-posterior (AP) view and in the lateral view were sent to an… CONTINUE READING
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