The Resource 5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry : 29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece, (electronic resource)

5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry : 29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece, (electronic resource)

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5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry : 29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece
Title
5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry
Title remainder
29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece
Title variation
  • Fifth International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry
  • DOSGEL 2008
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Language
eng
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MUU
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illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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2008
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International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Maris, Thomas G
  • Pappas, Evangelos
Series statement
Journal of physics conference series,
Series volume
v. 164
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  • Radiation dosimetry
  • Dosimeters
  • Radiotherapy
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5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry : 29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Title from webpage of ebook (IOP, viewed Oct. 30, 2009)
  • "This volume comprises the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry (DOSGEL 2008) ... Thomas G Maris and Evangelos Pappas, Editors"--Preface
  • "Accepted papers received: 15 April 2009. Published online: 8 May 2009"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The 5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry (DOSGEL 2008) -- Where does gel dosimetry fit in the clinic? -- Historical overview of the development of gel dosimetry: Another personal perspective -- How does the chemistry of polymer gel dosimeters affect their performance? -- Formaldehyde increases MAGIC gel dosimeter melting point and sensitivity -- Characterization of a normoxic polyacrylamide gel using MRI and optical CT -- Evaluation of the radiation-sensitizer/protector and/or antioxidant efficiencies using Fricke and PAG dosimeters -- A procedure to mathematically amend possible thickness disuniformities in gel-layer dosimetry -- Aspects of radiation beam quality and their effect on the dose response of polymer gels: Photons, electrons and fast neutrons -- Volume-dependent internal temperature increase within polymer gel dosimeters during irradiation -- Reproducibility study of normoxic polyacrylamide gel (nPAG) dosimeters -- Radiochromic Gel dosimeter (FXG) chemical yield determination for dose measurements standardization -- The examination of fundamental characteristics of polymer gel detectors in the irradiation of 210MeV protons -- A new polymer gel dosimeter composed of methacrylic acid, agarose gel and THPC with gelatin -- Internal calibration of gel dosimeters: A feasibility study -- Dosimetric performances of optically detected Fricke-agarose-Xylenol Orange gel -- A dosimetric evaluation of tissue equivalent phantom prepared using 270 Bloom gelatin for absorbed dose imaging in Gamma knife radiosurgery -- Preliminary investigation of the NMR, optical and x-ray CT dose-response of polymer gel dosimeters with cosolvents and increased crosslinker levels -- A study on the characteristic of normoxic polymer gel dosimeter according to its composition -- The role of gelatin in a methacrylic acid based gel dosimeter -- The history and principles of optical computed tomography for scanning 3-D radiation dosimeters: 2008 update -- Light scattering artefacts in a funnel phantom using optical CT -- Initial characterization of fast laser scanning optical CT apparatus for 3-D dosimetry -- CCD-based optical CT scanning of highly attenuating phantoms -- Optimization of a fast optical CT scanner for nPAG gel dosimetry -- A prototype fan-beam optical CT scanner for polymer gel dosimetry -- Optical evaluation of Fricke xylenol orange gel by light scattered at 90 degrees -- Three-dimensional radiation dosimetry with optical projection tomography -- Scatter measurements for optical cone-beam computed tomography -- Optical CT scanning of cross-linked radiochromic gel without cylinder wall -- Development of a quality assurance scattering phantom for cone beam optical CT -- Scatter corrections for cone beam optical CT -- NMR mechanisms in gel dosimetry -- Review of quantitative MRI principles for gel dosimetry -- Preliminary evaluation of optical CT scanning versus MRI for nPAG gel dosimetry: The Ghent experience -- Relaxometry changes in a gel dosimetry phantom due to continued RF exposure -- Response verification of dose rate and time dependence of PAGAT polymer gel dosimeters by photon beams using magnetic resonance imaging -- Verification of percentage depth dose of MAGICA polymer gel dosimeter with electron beams -- An overview of polymer gel dosimetry using x-ray CT -- Imaging of dose distributions using polymer gels based on radiation induced changes in stiffness -- Normoxic gel dosimetry using multislice X-ray CT: Preliminary study -- Recent advances in non gel tissue equivalent dosimeters -- RadBall[subscript tm]: A new departure for 3-D dosimetry -- An attempt to determine the saturation dose for PRESAGE[subscript tm] -- Micelle hydrogels for three-dimensional dose verification -- A stable black-refractive-index-matching liquid for optical CT scanning of hydrogels -- A transparent black non-diffusing micelle gel for optical CT performance evaluation phantoms -- New 3D radiochromic gel dosimeters with inhibited diffusion -- In-situ radiation dosimetry based on radio-fluorogenic co-polymerization -- Clinical applications of gel dosimeters -- Preliminary investigation of PAGAT polymer gel radionuclide dosimetry of Tc-99m -- On the use of VIP gel dosimetry in HDR brachytherapy -- RapidArc[subscript tm] treatment verification using polymer gel dosimetry -- Gamma Knife relative dosimetry using VIP polymer gel and EBT radiochromic films -- Stereotactic radiosurgery photon field profile dosimetry using conventional dosimeters and polymer gel dosimetry. Analysis and inter-comparison -- Carbon beam dosimetry using VIP polymer gel and MRI -- 3-D dosimetric evaluation of 2.5 mm HD120® multileaf system for intensity modulated stereotactic radiosurgery using optical CT based polymer gel dosimetry -- Phantom for moving organ dosimetry with gel -- Investigating the feasibility of 3D dosimetry in the RPC IMRT H&N phantom -- An investigation into the robustness of Optical-CT dosimetry of a radiochromic dosimeter compatible with the RPC Head-and-Neck Phantom -- On the role of polymer gels in the dosimetry of small photon fields used in radiotherapy -- VIPARnd: GeVero® tool in planning of TPS scheduled brain tumour radiotherapy -- Polymer gel: TPS radiotherapy dosimetry GeVero® software for ionizing radiation absorbed dose 3D distribution calculations -- Fricke gel layer dosimeters in BNCT: Recent applications -- Detection of ultraviolet radiation using tissue equivalent radiochromic gel materials -- Designing phantom for head-and-neck treatment verification: Feasibility tests with bone and bone equivalent material incorporated into polymer gel -- Evaluation of dose delivery accuracy of gamma knife using MRI polymer gel dosimeter in an inhomogeneous phantom -- MAGIC with formaldehyde applied to dosimetry of HDR brachytherapy source
Control code
461307875
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)461307875
Label
5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry : 29 September-3 October 2008, Hersonissos, Crete Greece, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Title from webpage of ebook (IOP, viewed Oct. 30, 2009)
  • "This volume comprises the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry (DOSGEL 2008) ... Thomas G Maris and Evangelos Pappas, Editors"--Preface
  • "Accepted papers received: 15 April 2009. Published online: 8 May 2009"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The 5th International Conference on Radiotherapy Gel Dosimetry (DOSGEL 2008) -- Where does gel dosimetry fit in the clinic? -- Historical overview of the development of gel dosimetry: Another personal perspective -- How does the chemistry of polymer gel dosimeters affect their performance? -- Formaldehyde increases MAGIC gel dosimeter melting point and sensitivity -- Characterization of a normoxic polyacrylamide gel using MRI and optical CT -- Evaluation of the radiation-sensitizer/protector and/or antioxidant efficiencies using Fricke and PAG dosimeters -- A procedure to mathematically amend possible thickness disuniformities in gel-layer dosimetry -- Aspects of radiation beam quality and their effect on the dose response of polymer gels: Photons, electrons and fast neutrons -- Volume-dependent internal temperature increase within polymer gel dosimeters during irradiation -- Reproducibility study of normoxic polyacrylamide gel (nPAG) dosimeters -- Radiochromic Gel dosimeter (FXG) chemical yield determination for dose measurements standardization -- The examination of fundamental characteristics of polymer gel detectors in the irradiation of 210MeV protons -- A new polymer gel dosimeter composed of methacrylic acid, agarose gel and THPC with gelatin -- Internal calibration of gel dosimeters: A feasibility study -- Dosimetric performances of optically detected Fricke-agarose-Xylenol Orange gel -- A dosimetric evaluation of tissue equivalent phantom prepared using 270 Bloom gelatin for absorbed dose imaging in Gamma knife radiosurgery -- Preliminary investigation of the NMR, optical and x-ray CT dose-response of polymer gel dosimeters with cosolvents and increased crosslinker levels -- A study on the characteristic of normoxic polymer gel dosimeter according to its composition -- The role of gelatin in a methacrylic acid based gel dosimeter -- The history and principles of optical computed tomography for scanning 3-D radiation dosimeters: 2008 update -- Light scattering artefacts in a funnel phantom using optical CT -- Initial characterization of fast laser scanning optical CT apparatus for 3-D dosimetry -- CCD-based optical CT scanning of highly attenuating phantoms -- Optimization of a fast optical CT scanner for nPAG gel dosimetry -- A prototype fan-beam optical CT scanner for polymer gel dosimetry -- Optical evaluation of Fricke xylenol orange gel by light scattered at 90 degrees -- Three-dimensional radiation dosimetry with optical projection tomography -- Scatter measurements for optical cone-beam computed tomography -- Optical CT scanning of cross-linked radiochromic gel without cylinder wall -- Development of a quality assurance scattering phantom for cone beam optical CT -- Scatter corrections for cone beam optical CT -- NMR mechanisms in gel dosimetry -- Review of quantitative MRI principles for gel dosimetry -- Preliminary evaluation of optical CT scanning versus MRI for nPAG gel dosimetry: The Ghent experience -- Relaxometry changes in a gel dosimetry phantom due to continued RF exposure -- Response verification of dose rate and time dependence of PAGAT polymer gel dosimeters by photon beams using magnetic resonance imaging -- Verification of percentage depth dose of MAGICA polymer gel dosimeter with electron beams -- An overview of polymer gel dosimetry using x-ray CT -- Imaging of dose distributions using polymer gels based on radiation induced changes in stiffness -- Normoxic gel dosimetry using multislice X-ray CT: Preliminary study -- Recent advances in non gel tissue equivalent dosimeters -- RadBall[subscript tm]: A new departure for 3-D dosimetry -- An attempt to determine the saturation dose for PRESAGE[subscript tm] -- Micelle hydrogels for three-dimensional dose verification -- A stable black-refractive-index-matching liquid for optical CT scanning of hydrogels -- A transparent black non-diffusing micelle gel for optical CT performance evaluation phantoms -- New 3D radiochromic gel dosimeters with inhibited diffusion -- In-situ radiation dosimetry based on radio-fluorogenic co-polymerization -- Clinical applications of gel dosimeters -- Preliminary investigation of PAGAT polymer gel radionuclide dosimetry of Tc-99m -- On the use of VIP gel dosimetry in HDR brachytherapy -- RapidArc[subscript tm] treatment verification using polymer gel dosimetry -- Gamma Knife relative dosimetry using VIP polymer gel and EBT radiochromic films -- Stereotactic radiosurgery photon field profile dosimetry using conventional dosimeters and polymer gel dosimetry. Analysis and inter-comparison -- Carbon beam dosimetry using VIP polymer gel and MRI -- 3-D dosimetric evaluation of 2.5 mm HD120® multileaf system for intensity modulated stereotactic radiosurgery using optical CT based polymer gel dosimetry -- Phantom for moving organ dosimetry with gel -- Investigating the feasibility of 3D dosimetry in the RPC IMRT H&N phantom -- An investigation into the robustness of Optical-CT dosimetry of a radiochromic dosimeter compatible with the RPC Head-and-Neck Phantom -- On the role of polymer gels in the dosimetry of small photon fields used in radiotherapy -- VIPARnd: GeVero® tool in planning of TPS scheduled brain tumour radiotherapy -- Polymer gel: TPS radiotherapy dosimetry GeVero® software for ionizing radiation absorbed dose 3D distribution calculations -- Fricke gel layer dosimeters in BNCT: Recent applications -- Detection of ultraviolet radiation using tissue equivalent radiochromic gel materials -- Designing phantom for head-and-neck treatment verification: Feasibility tests with bone and bone equivalent material incorporated into polymer gel -- Evaluation of dose delivery accuracy of gamma knife using MRI polymer gel dosimeter in an inhomogeneous phantom -- MAGIC with formaldehyde applied to dosimetry of HDR brachytherapy source
Control code
461307875
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)461307875

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