Cranial setup and treatment monitoring ETD 1.0





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To start, the patient is loaded on the LINAC which prompts ExacTrac Dynamic to open the same patient. Once the patient is open in ExacTrac, the confirmation page pops up where the user can check that the correct patient and plan were indeed opened. After confirming the patient, ExacTrac will take you to the prepositioning screen. To begin, ExacTrac will automatically preposition the patient in the treatment isocenter by aligning a 3D representation of the real-time patient's surface picked up by the structuralized eye cameras [inaudible 00:01:05.996] the outer contour generated from the treatment planning KCT. The calculated shifts are...

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