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by Michel Gautherie,John C. Chato,Keith D. Paulsen,Robert B. Roemer


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Описание: Presents a view of the field of molecular dosimetry by discussing its origins, underlying concepts, the range of approaches to making the measurements and applications for the results.

Subseries Thermotherapy. M. Gautherie (E. Thermal Dosimetry and Treatment Planning. With Contributions by J. C. Chato Dr. Michel Gautherie. Laboratoire de Thermologie Biomedicale. Chato. R. B. Roemer With 183 Figures and 30 Tables. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York London Paris Tokyo Hong Kong. Dr. Universite Louis Pasteur Institut National de la Sante.

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Part of the Clinical Thermology book series (CLIN THERM). Bioheat Transfer Numerical Modeling Thermal Dosimetry Treatment Planning blood computer development dosimetry hyperthermia planning radiation simulation therapy thermotherapy treatment. 1. nstitut National de la Santé et de la Recherche MédicaleLaboratoire de Thermologie Biomédicale Université Louis PasteurStrasbourg CedexFrance.

For hyperthermia, however, such simulations will be used not only for the traditional role of planning patient treatment, but also for three other . John C. Chato, Keith D. Paulsen, Robert B. Roemer. Издание: иллюстрированное.

For hyperthermia, however, such simulations will be used not only for the traditional role of planning patient treatment, but also for three other applications not needed in radiation therapy - the comparative evalu ation of equipment, feedback control during treatment, and the post-treat ment evaluation of therapy.

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Published by Springer (2012). ISBN 10: 3642487149 ISBN 13: 9783642487149. Gautherie, Michel ; Chato, John C. ; Paulsen, Keith D. ; Roemer, Robert B. ; Published by Springer (2012). Book Description Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co.

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Thermal Dosimetry and Treatment Planning. Chato, Michel Gautherie, Keith D. 1 Fundamentals of Bioheat Transfer. . Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics. Modes of Heat Transfer.

When in the future improved and more flexible heating equipment becomes available, and when hyperthermia is applied more routinely, computerized simulations of treatments will become commonplace, as they are in radia­ tion therapy. For hyperthermia, however, such simulations will be used not only for the traditional role of planning patient treatment, but also for three other applications not needed in radiation therapy - the comparative evalu­ ation of equipment, feedback control during treatment, and the post-treat­ ment evaluation of therapy. The present simulations of hyperthermia are crude and simple when compared with what is required for these future ap­ plications, a fact which indicates the nedd for considerable research and de­ velopment in this area. Indeed, this research is proceeding rapidly within the hyperthermia community, whre three-dimensional power deposition and temperature calculations have just become available for realistic patieft anatomies. Of equal significance are the even more rapid development in diagnostic imaging for the determination and display of patient anatomy and blood flow rates - information required for the planning of realistic hyperthermia treatment. These simulations will be very valuable tools which can be used to great ad­ vantage when combined with data obtained from treatments of patients.
Thermal Dosimetry and Treatment Planning (Clinical Thermology) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Michel Gautherie,John C. Chato,Keith D. Paulsen,Robert B. Roemer
ISBN: 354050981X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (July 13, 1990)
Pages: 216 pages