Evaluation of Novalis IGRT for Mobile Tumors
Anil Sethi from Loyola University Medical Center discusses the evaluation of Novalis Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) for moving targets. He begins by giving an overview of Novalis IGRT with ExacTrac Patient Positioning and Monitoring along with various phantoms for quality assurance (QA). He then goes into detail about the methods and materials for verifying system accuracy in both static and dynamic modes and the results thereof.
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Loyola University Medical Center, USA
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