Comprehensive motion management and immobilisation solutions in radiation therapy.
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Keywords

estro 36
motion menegement
RTT
DIBH
ABC

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Kaczmarek, K. (2019). Comprehensive motion management and immobilisation solutions in radiation therapy. Letters in Oncology Science, 16(4), 8-11. https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2019.4.16.143

Abstract

  The aim of this work was to highlight attention to the latest technological reports and trends in teleradiotherapy. The analysis was based on selected reports and research problems presented during the annual ESTRO 36 meeting in Vienna.  
https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2019.4.16.143
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