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- adj. Of or pertaining to dosimetry.
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- Of or pertaining to dosimetry.
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It happened that the same National Cancer Institute (NCI) division was responsible for both the national dosimetric reassessment and the post-Chernobyl research.
Aydogan and his collaborators planned and delivered, in their recent dosimetric feasibility study, RapidArc TMI treatments for six patients, and subsequently compared the treatment plan parameters, including median dose, mean dose, and maximum dose, to fixed-gantry and tomotherapy plans for the same cases.
In this dosimetric study, we demonstrated that pelvic IMRT in prone position for patients with cervical cancer seems to be beneficial in reducing small bowel volume at doses [greater than or equal to] 20 Gy while providing similar target coverage and target conformity.
This study aimed to analyze three-dimensional (3D) dosimetric data of conventional two-dimensional (2D) palliative spinal bone irradiation using different reference points and treatment plans with respect to the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements (ICRU) Report 50.
Based on the first 100 patients, the authors preliminarily confirmed that without the dosimetric optimizing capabilities, the safe use of a single-lumen balloon is limited to patients with ideal cavity geometry and balloon symmetry.
Zamenhof RG, Harling OK, Kaplan I, therapy: 10 B concentration predictions and dosimetric con -
Additional recent research by the team at VU has shown that, unlike with some other advanced radiation delivery techniques, treatment of a moving tumor with RapidArc has no negative dosimetric consequences.
San Antonio, Tex., compared the dosimetric quality of TomoTherapy to conventional WBRT techniques.