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  Highlights of Current Issue January-March 2015  | Vol 40 | Issue 1
IMRT, IGRT, and other high technology becomes standard in external beam radiotherapy: But is image-guided brachytherapy for cervical cancer too expensive?
Jamema V Swamidas, Christian Kirisits
With 528,000 new cases every year, cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer affecting woman world wide; it is most not able in the lower-resource countries. Almost 70% of the global burden fal...
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A method to improve fluence resolution derived from two-dimensional detector array measurements for patient-specific IMRT verification using the information collected in dynalog files
Juan Agustin Calama Santiago, Miguel Angel Infante Utrilla, Maria Elisa Lavado Rodriguez
This paper proposes a method for improving the resolution of the fluence derived from detector array measurement using the information collected in dynalog files. From dynalog information, a file is g...
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Monte Carlo-based dose calculation for 32 P patch source for superficial brachytherapy applications
Sridhar Sahoo, Selvam T Palani, SK Saxena, D A R Babu, A Dash
Skin cancer treatment involving 32 P source is an easy, less expensive method of treatment limited to small and superficial lesions of approximately 1 mm deep. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre...
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