Evaluation of Intra-Fractional Patient Movements Fixed with Head & Neck Mask System for the ExacTrac 6D Robotics


Takashi Mizowaki, MD, from the Department of Radiation Oncology and Image-Applied Therapy at Kyoto University discusses their evaluation of intrafractional patient movement within a fixed head and neck mask system during treatment with ExacTrac 6D robotics. He begins by giving an overview of the equipment available in their department and their history with Brainlab technology before delving into the purpose, methods, materials and results of the study.


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Good afternoon. It's my great pleasure to have a chance to make a presentation here in Novalis Circle meeting. And today I'm going to talk about the intra-fractional skull movement within the relevant head and neck mask system for 6D. And first of all, I would like to express my great appreciation to all my colleagues involved in this study. And, we are located in the east part of the Kyoto City in Japan, and this is the hotel where the previous Novalis Circle meeting was held. So, we are very close to that hotel. And this is Imperial Palace,...

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