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51st AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Challenges of Post-treatment and Real-time Imaging of Dose Deposition During Proton Therapy


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Clinical Significance of In-Vivo Proton Range Detection and Potential of MRI Scanning After Proton Therapy
Theodore S Hong, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
tshong1@partners.org


Handout(s): 42-11886-68408-790.pdf 
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Prompt Gamma Measurements for the Verification of Dose Deposition in Proton Therapy - Jong-Won Kim, KOREA
Watching →Clinical Significance of In-Vivo Proton Range Detection and Potential of MRI Scanning After Proton Therapy - Theodore S Hong, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
Introduction: Challenges of Post-Treatment and Real-Time Imaging of Dose Deposition in Proton Therapy - Thomas R. Bortfeld, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 2114, US
Latest Developments in PET Verification of Proton Therapy - Katia Parodi, PhD, Heidelberg Ion Beam Therapy Center and University Clinic, Heidelberg, 69120, GERMANY
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