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Abstracts

Author First NameAuthor Last NameTitle
HasanUysal The Effect of Prescribed Isodose Line on the Treatment Planning Quality for Pituitary Adenoma with A New Planning Quality Index
HasanUysal The Effect of Low and Medium Resolution Selection on Treatment Planning
JimmGrimm A Graphical and Tabular Method to Gauge Safety of Treatment Parameters in Stereotactic Body Radiosurgery (SBRT)
ChristophFurweger Performance evaluation of the first two generations of multi-leaf collimators for a robotic radiosurgery system
CindyQin Deriving Detector-Specific Correction Factors for Small Fields using a Scintillator Detector
ChristopherMcGuinness A method to determine the effective source size for a Monte Carlo model of a robotic radiosurgery system
SteveGoetsch AAPM TG 178 Gamma Knife Dosimetry Intercomparison
JacobGersh Filmless MLC Quality Assurance in Robotic Radiosurgery
BeratAral Do We Need A Different E2E Test For Multifraction SRS/SBRT?
BeratAral Critical Organ Based Gradient Index: A New Index Study
DonMcRae Asymmetry and Stability of a Robotic Radiosurgery Motorized Collimator
EvanThomas Successful automation of high quality single-isocenter VMAT SRS treatment planning on a linear accelerator
NicholasJansen Robotic radiosurgery Monte Carlo commissioning using commercial 3D-array with Multiplug inserts
JohnFiveash Hotspots: friend or foe? Effect on radionecrosis risk of penalizing high dose in linac SRS plans
EvanThomas Feasibility of novel LINAC-based VMAT technique for functional stereotactic radiosurgery
MacClements Isocenter Optimization for Linac-based SRS/SBRT
AsadZameer X-ray Volume Imaging vs. Electronic Portal Imaging Device
ThierryGavaert Impact of different prescription isodoses on normal tissue for linac-based stereotactic radiosurgery systems using dynamic conformal arcs
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