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Imaging Technology News: Establishing an IGRT Program: Observations from Two Treatment Centers
The advent of conformal radiotherapies has ushered in an era of image-guided radiotherapy, or IGRT, enabling clinicians to compensate for the geometric uncertainties inherent in the radiotherapy (RT) delivery process.
Advanced imaging technologies from Varian Medical Systems are helping neurosurgeons and radiation oncologists target tumors more accurately than ever before.
Image-Guided Therapy Sets Sights on Cancer
Clark Hayward’s to-do list reads like an Outward bound syllabus: hiking, mountain climbing, kayaking, white water rafting, biking and running.
Varian Annual Report
Advances in image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT) enable clinicians to track and target tumors precisely at the moment of treatment – sparing more healthy tissues and minimizing side effects.
Translating research into practice at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Imaging Technology News: Community Care Physicians Deliver Ultra-Precise Image-Guided Radiotherapy Treatments
IGRT (image-guided radiation therapy) is a novel approach to tumor localization, made possible by new technology that combines imaging and treatment on a single machine.