A robust and efficient planning technique was identified to produce plans of radiosurgical quality using the TomoTherapy treatment planning system. Dose calculation did not exceed
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Numerous peer-reviewed publications and clinical studies demonstrate what many leading centers already know: the TomoTherapy® System excels for a wide range of clinical indications.
The aim of this case study is to evaluate the dosimetric influence of changing the fan beam thickness (FBT) in the treatment of a nasopharyngeal
In this initial experience with accelerated IMRT plus capecitabine for patients who had large HepatoCellular Carcinoma lesions, the results demonstrated acceptable toxicity with promising local
The TomoTherapy System offers a more favorable dose distribution to the bladder and rectum, as well as improved target homogeneity.
The purpose of this study was to compare radiation treatment plans (RTPs) that used intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) with helical tomotherapy (HT) or three-dimensional conformal
This study evaluated whether helical tomotherapy (TOMO) planning could achieve better isodose distribution for the maxillary sinus while concomitantly sparing the adjacent _critical normal organs
To assess patient setup corrections based on daily megavoltage CT (MVCT) imaging for four anatomic treatment sites treated on tomotherapy.
The authors evaluated the procedure on multiple image datasets from prostate cancer patients and gynecological cancer patients. Compared to rigid alignment, the proposed method improves
To evaluate dosimetry of helical TomoTherapy versus three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy (3D-CRT) with and without IMRT for the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma (STS) of the
Helical tomotherapy is a technique for delivering intensity modulated radiation therapy treatments using a continuously rotating linac. In this approach, fan beams exiting the linac