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image-guided radiotherapy


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image-guided radiotherapy

image-guided radiotherapy

Treatment delivery, intensity-modulated radiotherapy, and image-guided radiotherapy

Digital reconstructed radiography with multiple color image overlay for image-guided radiotherapy

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Reirradiation using robotic image-guided stereotactic radiotherapy of recurrent head and neck cancer

Organ and effective doses from verification techniques in image-guided radiotherapy

Estimation of organ doses and effective doses in image-guided respiration-gated radiotherapy

A retrospective comparison of outcome and toxicity of preoperative image-guided intensity-modulated radiotherapy versus conventional pelvic radiotherapy for locally advanced rectal carcinoma

Evaluation of Imaging Dose From Different Image Guided Systems During Head and Neck Radiotherapy: A Phantom Study

P-217Chemoradiotherapy with Image-Guided Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (IG-VMAT) and Image-Guided Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IG-IMRT) to treat Squamous Anal Cancer

P13.15USING IMAGE-GUIDED AND INTENSITY-MODULATED RADIOTHERAPY TO REDUCE SCALP DOSE AND RADIOTHERAPY-RELATED ALOPECIA FOR PATIENTS WITH INTRACRANIAL TUMOURS TREATED WITH TOMOTHERAPY

Prospective Phase II Study of Image-guided Local Boost Using a Real-time Tumor-tracking Radiotherapy (RTRT) System for Locally Advanced Bladder Cancer

High dose radiotherapy with image-guided hypo-IMRT for hepatocellular carcinoma with portal vein and/or inferior vena cava tumor thrombi is more feasible and efficacious than conventional 3D-CRT

 

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(IGRT) the process of imaging during a course of radiation treatment to verify the internal position of the target in comparison to the initial planning scan. This enables adjustment of treatment fields to improve coverage and allows the use of smaller treatment volumes. The possible methods for IGRT include cone beam CT, tomotherapy, cyberknife, and ultrasound and kilovoltage X-rays of implanted fiducial markers.

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