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49th AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is..


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The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Megavolt CT
Jean Pouliot, PhD, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
jpouliot@radonc.ucsf.edu


The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Kilovoltage CT
Jan-Jakob Sonke
janjakob@nki.nl


The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is Ultrasound-Based Hybrids
Wolfgang A Tome,
wtome@montefiore.org


The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is MRI Guidance
Jan J. Lagendijk
j.j.w.lagendijk@umcutrecht.nl


The Great Debate: The Future of IGRT Is 3D Deformable Image Registration
Kristy Brock
kristy.brock@rmp.uhn.on.ca


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