Optimal image-guidance scenario with cone-beam computed tomography in conventionally fractionated radiotherapy for lung tumors.

@article{Yeung2010OptimalIS,
  title={Optimal image-guidance scenario with cone-beam computed tomography in conventionally fractionated radiotherapy for lung tumors.},
  author={Anamaria Reyna Yeung and Jonathan G. Li and Wenyin Shi and Heather E. Newlin and Christopher G. Morris and Sanjiv S. Samant and Anneyuko Saito and Alexei V Chvetsov and C. R. Liu and Jatinder R. Palta and Kenneth R. Olivier},
  journal={American journal of clinical oncology},
  year={2010},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={276-80}
}
PURPOSE To determine the residual setup errors of several image guidance scenarios, using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in conventionally fractionated radiotherapy for lung tumors. METHODS Thirteen lung cancer patients were treated with conventionally fractionated radiotherapy, using daily image guidance with CBCT, resulting in 389 CBCT scans which… CONTINUE READING