Physics for Clinical Radiotherapy

30. 5. 2010 - 3. 6. 2010, Tula, Russian Federation

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Vzdělávací program

I. Lectures
  • Basics of 3DCRT
  • IMRT - physics aspects
  • IMRT - basics of clinical application
  • Basics of stereotactic radiotherapy
  • Basics of brachytherapy
  • Volumes in external beam radiotherapy
  • Imaging for GTV definition I
  • Imaging for GTV definition II (for clinicians)
  • CT for treatment preparation and planning
  • IGRT - equipment for in-room imaging
  • IGRT - tumor set-up correction strategies
  • Radiobiology in the clinic
  • Radiotherapy dose and induction of secondary tumors
  • In-vivo dosimetry
  • Principles of radiation therapy equipment (for clinicians)
  • Basic radiation physics, I and II (for clinicians)
  • Basic dose calculation principles (for clinicians)
  • Calculation of dose distribution in TPS (for clinicians)
  • Classification systems in oncology (for physicists)
  • Reference dosimetry (for physicists)
  • Non-reference dosimetry (for physicists)
  • Basic dose plan algorithms (for physicists)
  • Advanced dose plan algorithms (for physicists)
  • Radiation protection (for physicists)
II. Clinical case discussions
The participants are invited to prepare treatment plans for four selected clinical cases, based on case descriptions and CT scans as provided prior to the course. During the course, the plans are discussed in small groups, guided by a clinician and physicist teacher.

Kontakt: Lee.dick@estro.org

Web: http://www.estro-e...ages/Tula2010.aspx

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