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2017 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Good, Bad and Ugly of Patient Exposure and Dose Tracking

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How Dose Tracking Affects Protocol Optimization in Tertiary Healthcare Centers
Mannudeep Kalra, Massachusetts General Hospital
MKALRA@mgh.harvard.edu


Handout(s): 127-35542-418554-127687.pdf
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Overview of Dose and Procedure Tracking: What, Why and How? - Madan Rehani, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital
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Experience at UCLA in Dose Tracking and Implications - Michael McNitt-Gray, PhD UCLA School of Medicine
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