Image-guided Patient Monitoring Innovations
Christoph Bert, PhD from the University Clinic Erlangen in Erlangen, Germany, provides an overview of innovations in image-guided patient monitoring for radiosurgery and radiotherapy. First he discusses Vero and its gimbal-based motion compensation and correlation model based motion detection including the advantages and current limitations. He then goes on to address 4DCT motion modelling and the associated pros and cons.
About the speaker
Christoph Bert, PhD
Universitätsklink Erlangen, Germany
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