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Information-guided cancer care

At Elekta, we believe the future of cancer care is one of information-guided cancer care.

myQA, a global quality assurance platform

Discover your all-in-one, all connected, all secure, global QA platform!

Log file QA has never been easier!

Completely redesigned, the new QUASAR ADQ makes it easier than ever to analyse differences between machine log files and planned deliveries.

Online treatment monitoring with IBA's Dolphin

IBA's Dolphin transmission detector is the first and only online treatment monitoring system.

RayStation deformable registration

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RadCalc from LifeLine Software

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Pro-Control quality assurance software

Pro-Control software offers easy and highly accurate quality control of all hospital imaging devices.

The CyberKnife radiosurgery system

The CyberKnife radiosurgery system targets tumours with intense, highly-focused radiation beams.

The TomoTherapy system

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Pencil-beam scanning enhances precision

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Fighting cancer with mathematics

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Reducing uncertainties in proton therapy

An innovative PET scanner at MGH is helping to minimize uncertainties in proton therapy delivery.

A pioneering approach to proton therapy

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SPECT offers big benefits for imaging small animals

Freek Beekman describes how high-resolution SPECT systems play an invaluable role in small-animal imaging.

Image guidance: the way forward for radiotherapy

Uwe Oelfke explains how image guidance can address the challenges of motion during radiotherapy.

The low-down on molecular imaging

Simon Cherry discusses recent progress in molecular imaging and examines how these techniques are increasingly being translated to the clinic.

Bridging the gap between biology and electronics

"Tissue-like" electronic devices could open up new diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities in biomedicine.

Medical lasers: diagnose, treat, cure

The laser could play a pivotal role in the diagnosis and treatment of early stage disease, says Dartmouth College's Brian Pogue.

The biomedical attraction of magnetic nanoparticles

Kevin O'Grady predicts a big future for small particles in clinical applications.

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A physicist's approach to SRS treatment planning

Thursday 30 October 2014, 12.00 ET/16.00 GMT

 

Renowned medical physicist Ian Paddick will provide a comprehensive overview of SRS treatment planning for Leksell Gamma Knife® Perfexion™. His presentation will include a review of the methodology used to evaluate plan quality and requirements to consider when planning SRS treatments.

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