SU-F-J-136: Impact of Audiovisual Biofeedback On Interfraction Motion Over a Course of Liver Cancer Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy.

@article{Pollock2016SUFJ136IO,
  title={SU-F-J-136: Impact of Audiovisual Biofeedback On Interfraction Motion Over a Course of Liver Cancer Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy.},
  author={Sean Pollock and Regina V. Tse and Didier Martin and Lisa McLean and Mary Pham and David J. Tait and Reuben Patrick Estoesta and Grant Whittington and Jessica Turley and Christopher Kearney and Gwi A Cho and R Hill and Sheila Pickard and P. J. Aston and Kuldeep Makhija and Ricky T O'brien and Paul J. Keall},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={3438}
}
PURPOSE In abdominal radiotherapy inconsistent interfraction respiratory motion can result in deviations during treatment from what was planned in terms of target position and motion. Audiovisual biofeedback (AVB) is an interactive respiratory guide that produces a guiding interface that the patient follows over a course of radiotherapy to facilitate… CONTINUE READING