Improving radiotherapy quality assurance in clinical trials: assessment of target volume delineation of the pre-accrual benchmark case.

@article{Gwynne2013ImprovingRQ,
  title={Improving radiotherapy quality assurance in clinical trials: assessment of target volume delineation of the pre-accrual benchmark case.},
  author={Sarah Gwynne and Emiliano Spezi and David J Sebag-Montefiore and Shoma Mukherjee and Elizabeth Miles and J Conibear and John N. Staffurth},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={86 1024},
  pages={20120398}
}
As the complexity of radiotherapy (RT) trials increases, issues surrounding target volume delineation will become more important. Some form of outlining assessment prior to trial entry is increasingly being mandated in UK RT trials. This document produced by the Outlining and Imaging Subgroup (OISG) of the National Cancer Research Institute will address methods to reduce interobserver variation in clinical trials and how to conduct an assessment of outlining through a pre-accrual benchmark case… CONTINUE READING
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