2004
DOI: 10.1007/s00066-004-1275-5
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Abstract: Virtual simulation of a boost field has the potential to elegantly link the simplicity of a conventional simulation with the accurate tumor bed identification provided by a CT data set. It was shown to be feasible and favorable with regard to the patient, the medical staff, and the simulator time. Moreover, it offers a visualization of dose distributions, which was found helpful in some cases.

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“…Multi‐modal volume visualization is also described by Sibomana et al [SDB*02], where Volumes of Interest (VoIs) are extracted, registered, resliced and visualized for a head and neck application. The method of Kaiser et al [KMK*04] targets the virtual simulation of a boost field in adjuvant radiotherapy of the breast and the visualization of dose distributions thereof, while Lam et al [LCS*13] conduct an evaluation of a multi‐scale texture analytic procedure for the detection of abnormalities and lesions in CT images of the pelvis, which is based on a visualization platform for the representation of treatment planning, CT image‐guided positioning and treatment delivery.…”
Section: Taxonomy and Presentation Of Previous Work In Vc For Rtmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Multi‐modal volume visualization is also described by Sibomana et al [SDB*02], where Volumes of Interest (VoIs) are extracted, registered, resliced and visualized for a head and neck application. The method of Kaiser et al [KMK*04] targets the virtual simulation of a boost field in adjuvant radiotherapy of the breast and the visualization of dose distributions thereof, while Lam et al [LCS*13] conduct an evaluation of a multi‐scale texture analytic procedure for the detection of abnormalities and lesions in CT images of the pelvis, which is based on a visualization platform for the representation of treatment planning, CT image‐guided positioning and treatment delivery.…”
Section: Taxonomy and Presentation Of Previous Work In Vc For Rtmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such alternative techniques are electronic portal imaging devices [1,3,5,7,11,20,23,35] or the digital luminescence radiography [2,4,13,16,17,32,37].…”
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confidence: 99%