Dosimetric intercomparison for two Australasian clinical trials using an anthropomorphic phantom.

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INTRODUCTION Many different factors can affect the accurate delivery of dose to the clinical target volume in radiotherapy. This is particularly important in the context of multicenter clinical trials where different equipment and techniques may be used for supposedly identical treatments. A dosimetric intercomparison employing an anthropomorphic phantom… (More)

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@article{Kron2002DosimetricIF, title={Dosimetric intercomparison for two Australasian clinical trials using an anthropomorphic phantom.}, author={Tomas Kron and Chris Hamilton and Marianne Roff and Jim W Denham}, journal={International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics}, year={2002}, volume={52 2}, pages={566-79} }