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Title Adaptive motion compensation in radiotherapy / editor, Martin Murphy
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 134 pages) : illustrations
Series Imaging in medical diagnosis and therapy
Imaging in medical diagnosis and therapy.
Contents 1. Real-time tumor localization / Ruijiang Li, Laura I. Cerviño, and Steve B. Jiang -- 2. Theoretical aspects of target detection and tracking / Gregory C. Sharp, Rui Li, and Nagarajan Kandasamy -- 3. Respiratory gating / Geoffrey D. Hugo and Martin J. Murphy -- 4. The CyberKnife image-guided radiosurgery system / Martin J. Murphy -- 5. Fundamentals of tracking with a linac multileaf collimator / Dualta McQuaid and Steve Webb -- 6. Couch-based target alignment / Kathleen T. Malinowski and Warren D. D'Souza -- 7. Robotic LINAC tracking based on correlation and prediction / Floris Ernst and Achim Schweikard -- 8. Treatment planning for motion adaptation in radiation therapy / Alexander Schlaefer -- 9. Treatment planning for motion management via DMLC tracking / Lech Papiez and Dharanipathy Rangaraj -- 10. Real-time motion adaptation in Tomotherapy using a binary MLC / Weiguo Lu [and others] -- 11. Combination of a LINAC with 1.5 T MRI for real-time image guided radiotherapy / Jan J.W. Lagendijk, Bas W. Raaymakers, and Marco van Vulpen -- 12. The ViewRay system / Daniel A. Low, Richard Stark, and James F. Dempsey -- 13. Fault detection in image-based tracking / Gregory C. Sharp, Rui Li, and Nagarajan Kandasamy
Summary "Preface External-beam radiotherapy has long been vexed by the simple fact that patients can (and do) move during the delivery of radiation. The most elegant and forward-looking solution to this reality is to actively adapt the radiation delivery process to the patient's natural movements. Recent advances in imaging and beam delivery technologies have now made this solution a practical reality. The purpose of this book is to present to researchers and clinical practitioners in radiation therapy an overview of the current and prospective state of the art in motion-adaptive radiation therapy. It presents technical reviews of each of the contributing elements of a motion-adaptive system (including target detection and tracking, beam adaptation, and patient realignment), discusses treatment planning issues that arise when the patient and internal target are mobile, describes several integrated motion-adaptive systems that are in clinical use or at advanced stages of development, and concludes with a review of the system control functions that must be an essential part of any therapy device that operates in a near-autonomous manner with limited human interaction. From these chapters, the reader will hopefully gain not only an understanding of the technical aspects and capabilities of motion adaptation but also practical clinical insights into planning and carrying out various types of motion-adaptive radiotherapy treatment"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Image-guided radiation therapy.
Radiotherapy -- Data processing.
Radiotherapy -- methods.
Motion.
Radiotherapy Planning, Computer-Assisted -- methods.
Form Electronic book
Author Murphy, Martin J.
ISBN 1280121769
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