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Elektronenfelder in der klinischen Anwendung

Treutwein, Marius ; Bogner, Ludwig
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 06 Feb 2012 12:42


Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: For several years three-dimensional treatment-planning systems have used pencil beam algorithms in the calculation of electron fields. Nowadays, exact Monte Carlo methods are commercially available, showing good correspondence to experimental results. Clinical examples are investigated to find differences in the dose distribution of treatment plans, which are calculated ...

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