Calibration of treatment time intensity modulated EPID images for anatomical imaging

Al-Roumi, Moh'd, Biggerstaff, Katrina, Warne, David, & Fielding, Andrew L. (2013) Calibration of treatment time intensity modulated EPID images for anatomical imaging. In Engineering and Physical Sciences in Medicine Conference (EPSM2013), 3-7 November 2013, Perth, Australia.


Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) is a well established technique for delivering highly conformal radiation dose distributions. The complexity of the delivery techniques and high dose gradients around the target volume make verification of the patient treatment crucial to the success of the treatment. Conventional treatment protocols involve imaging the patient prior to treatment, comparing the patient set-up to the planned set-up and then making any necessary shifts in the patient position to ensure target volume coverage. This paper presents a method for calibrating electronic portal imaging device (EPID) images acquired during IMRT delivery so that they can be used for verifying the patient set-up.

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ID Code: 79937
Item Type: Conference Item (Presentation)
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Deposited On: 14 Jan 2015 23:56
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