Integration of Novalis Tx with RapidArc for Stereotactic Intracranial Radiosurgery


Ben Slotman, MD, department of radiation oncology at VU Univeristy Medical Center in Amsterdam discusses integration of Novalis Tx with RapidArc for stereotactic intracranial radiosurgery (SRS). More specifically he delves into RapidArc itself and the creation of a treatment plan therewith.


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Thank you very much. Let me first apologize by saying that what I will show you is not a real integration of RapidArc on the Novalis Tx. What I will do is give the results on the Trilogy machine. And this is due to the fact that we've put all our efforts on implementing RapidArc on the Trilogy machine and had to delay the installation of the Novalis Tx to later this year. But still, I think that the things I'm going to show you are quite interesting, also related to radiosurgery. As you know, there's been a good collaboration...

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