Evaluation of New Software for OAR Contouring
Olaf Wittenstein, MD, of Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein Campus Kiel, Germany, discusses the evaluation of new Brainlab Elements software for organ at risk (OAR) contouring. He begins by noting the time-consuming and repetitive delineation of OAR is often a task assigned to new physicians. He then discusses automatic segmentation with Brainlab Elements Anatomical Mapping and explains how he evaluated the effectiveness of the software using case examples.
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