Is there a “best” way to manage respiratory motion?; study based on conference presentations at the ASTRO 59 conference, San Diego, USA.
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Keywords

radiotherapy, IGRT, respiratory motion management, breath gating, hybrid tracking technique, dynamic MLC tracking

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Skrobała, A. (2020). Is there a “best” way to manage respiratory motion?; study based on conference presentations at the ASTRO 59 conference, San Diego, USA. Letters in Oncology Science, 17(1), 57-63. https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2020.17.1.174

Abstract

This study aimed to review and presentation of the way to manage the patient’s respiratory motion in radiotherapy. The review based on selected reports and research problems presented during ASTRO 59th Annual Meeting in San Diego.

https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2020.17.1.174
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