Critical assessment of intramodality 3D ultrasound imaging for prostate IGRT compared to fiducial markers

Skadi van der Meer, Esther Bloemen-van Gurp, Jolanda Hermans, Robert Voncken, Denys Heuvelmans, Carol Gubbels, Davide Fontanarosa, Peter Visser, Ludy Lutgens, Francis van Gils, Frank Verhaegen

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Original languageEnglish
Article number71707
JournalMedical Physics
Volume40
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2013

Keywords

  • image guided radiation therapy
  • prostate localization
  • intramodality 3D ultrasound
  • fiducial markers
  • electronic portal imaging
  • interoperator and intraoperator variability
  • minimal pressure
  • speed of sound correction

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van der Meer, S., Bloemen-van Gurp, E., Hermans, J., Voncken, R., Heuvelmans, D., Gubbels, C., ... Verhaegen, F. (2013). Critical assessment of intramodality 3D ultrasound imaging for prostate IGRT compared to fiducial markers. Medical Physics, 40(7), [71707]. https://doi.org/10.1118/1.4808359
van der Meer, Skadi ; Bloemen-van Gurp, Esther ; Hermans, Jolanda ; Voncken, Robert ; Heuvelmans, Denys ; Gubbels, Carol ; Fontanarosa, Davide ; Visser, Peter ; Lutgens, Ludy ; van Gils, Francis ; Verhaegen, Frank. / Critical assessment of intramodality 3D ultrasound imaging for prostate IGRT compared to fiducial markers. In: Medical Physics. 2013 ; Vol. 40, No. 7.
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Critical assessment of intramodality 3D ultrasound imaging for prostate IGRT compared to fiducial markers. / van der Meer, Skadi; Bloemen-van Gurp, Esther; Hermans, Jolanda; Voncken, Robert; Heuvelmans, Denys; Gubbels, Carol; Fontanarosa, Davide; Visser, Peter; Lutgens, Ludy; van Gils, Francis; Verhaegen, Frank.

In: Medical Physics, Vol. 40, No. 7, 71707, 07.2013.

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van der Meer S, Bloemen-van Gurp E, Hermans J, Voncken R, Heuvelmans D, Gubbels C et al. Critical assessment of intramodality 3D ultrasound imaging for prostate IGRT compared to fiducial markers. Medical Physics. 2013 Jul;40(7). 71707. https://doi.org/10.1118/1.4808359