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  • CyberKnife robotic radiosurgery system for tumor treatment

    The CyberKnife (Accuray, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA) is one of few systems capable of delivering radiosurgery with exquisite accuracy to tumors, cancers and other conditions throughout the body.

  • A dosimetric comparison between two intensity-modulated radiotherapy techniques

    This manuscript describes a direct comparison between radiation treatment plans in terms of dosimetric outcomes created by two different IMRT systems: TomoTherapy HiArt and dynamic linac intensity-modulated radiotherapy (dIMRT).

  • A highly reproducible bolus immobilization technique for the treatment of scalp malignancies

    Radiation treatment of scalp malignancies can be a challenge due to the multiple curved surfaces to which homogenous dose must be delivered. The most readily available techniques utilize linear accelerator-based technique of opposed lateral electron field abutting opposed lateral photon field with central blocking.

  • A Monte-Carlo derived dual-source model for helical tomotherapy treatment planning

    Full Monte Carlo radiation transport simulations of accelerator heads are impractical for routine treatment planning because of the excessive computational burden and memory requirements. To improve the accuracy and efficiency of treatment plans for helical tomotherapy, we have developed a dual-source model to characterize the radiation emitted from the head of a commercial helical tomotherapy accelerator.

  • Accuracy of TomoTherapy treatments for superficial target volumes

    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 are dynamically modulated in synchrony with the motion of the gantry and couch. Helical IMRT deliveries have been applied to treating surface lesions, and the purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of dose calculated by the TomoTherapy HiArt treatment planning system for superficial planning target volumes (PTVs).

  • Radiotherapy for soft tissue sarcomas of extremities

    To evaluate dosimetry of helicoidal tomotherapy versus three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy (3D-CRT) with and without IMRT for the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma (STS) of the thigh.



Dieser Abschnitt liefert Fallstudien zu CyberKnife und TomoTherapy, die von Accuray in Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Behandlungszentren entwickelt wurden und die positive klinische Ergebnisse präsentieren. Die individuellen Behandlungsergebnisse können unterschiedlich sein. Bitte sprechen Sie mit Ihrem behandelnden Arzt , um die Möglichkeiten der Behandlung zu besprechen, dabei auch die Eignungskriterien für die Behandlung mit den Accuray-Geräten.

Dieser Abschnitt bietet außerdem eine ausgewählte Liste von Veröffentlichungen, die die Verwendung und Wirksamkeit von CyberKnife- und TomoTherapy-Systemen unterstützen, die aber nicht alle verfügbaren Publikationen enthält.

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