The Geometric Accuracy of Frameless SRS Using a 6D Robotic Couch


T Takakura from the Division of Clinical Radiology Service, Kyoto University Hospital gives an overview of his institution’s study regarding the geometric accuracy of frameless stereotactic radiosurgery with Novalis using a 6D robotic couch system. He then delves into the purpose, methods, materials and results of the study.

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T. Takakura
Kyoto University Hospital, Japan


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