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Title Treating tumors that move with respiration / Harold C. Urschel, Jr. (editor-in-chief) ; John J. Kresl [and others] ; foreword by E. Thomson.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2007.

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Series Robotic radiosurgery
Robotic radiosurgery.
Subject Lungs -- Cancer.
Radiosurgery.
Lungs -- Cancer -- Radiotherapy.
Abdominal Neoplasms -- surgery.
Lung Neoplasms -- surgery.
Movement.
Radiosurgery -- methods.
Radiotherapy, Computer-Assisted -- methods.
Respiratory Mechanics.
Alt Name Urschel, H.
Kresl, John J.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 317 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Section 1: Respiratory motion and tumor tracking techniques. Tumor motion ranges due to respiration and respiratory motion characteristics / Sonja Dieterich and Yelin Suh ; Respiratory motion tracking for robotic radiosurgery / Sohail Sayeh, James Wang, William T. Main, Warren Kilby, and Calvin R. Maurer, Jr. ; Patient alignment and target tracking in radiosurgery of soft-tissue tumors using combined fiducial and skeletal structures tracking techniques / Xiaodong Wu, Dongshan Fu, Alberto de la Zerda, Elizabeth Bossart, Hua Shao, Joseph Both, Walter Nikesch, Zhicong Huang, Arnold M. Markoe, and James G. Schwade -- Section 2: Thoraco-abdominal dosimetry, radiobiology, and imaging. The radiobiological rationale for hypofractionation of lung and liver tumors / Alan Alfieri, Jill Rossinow, Madhur Garg, Shalom Kalnicki, and Chandan Guha ; 18FDG-PET/CT for treatment planning and follow-up / Medhat M. Osman, Allison Wall, Matthew D. Miller, Nghi Nguyen, Dana A. Oliver, Richard D. Bucholz, and Bruce J. Walz ; Treatment planning of abdominal lesions / Charles L. Lee ; Use of a target complexity index in radiosurgical plan evaluation / Gregory J. Gagnon, Walter Jean, Sonja Dieterich, Huaying Ji, and Donald A. McRae ; Dose escalation with the frameless respiratory tumor tracking system of the cyberknife for early stage non-small-cell lung cancer / Joost Jan Nuyttens, Jean-Briac Prevost, Mischa S. Hoogeman, and Peter C. Levendag -- Section 3: Thoraco-abdominal fiducial placement strategies. Percutaneous placement of fiducial markers for thoracic malignancies / Filip Banovac, Donald A. McRae, Sonja Dieterich, Kenneth Wong, Lisa Dias, and Thomas Chang ; Use of a blood patch technique to prevent pneumothorax during insertion of lung fiducials / James W. Blalock, Clinton A. Medbery, Astrid E. Morrison, Marianne M. Young, Julie Hensley, and Vikki Harriet ; Thoracic fiducial placement via flexible bronchoscopy / Eric D. Anderson, Brian T. Collins, Gregory J. Gagnon, Sean P. Collins, Timothy Mahoney, Filip Banovac, Carlos Jamis-Dow, Shakun Malik, and Cristina A. Reichner ; Endoscopic ultrasound-guided fiducial placement for cyberknife radiosurgery / Aline Charabaty-Pishvaian, Richard Desi, and Nadim Haddad -- Section 4: Lung tumor treatment -- techniques and experience. Stereotactic body radiation therapy in the treatment of early stage non-small cell lung cancer / Ronald C. McGarry ; Dosimetric considerations for stereotactic body radiotherapy delivery in the lung / Lech Papiez ; Selection of treatment for patients with early stage non-small cell lung cancer in a multidisciplinary thoracic oncology program / Stuart M. Berman, Mark Huberman, Armin Ernst, David Feller-Kopman, David H. Roberts, Phillip Boiselle, J. Anthony Parker, Danielle McDonald, Nancy Rumplik, Elena A. Nedea, Simon Ashiku, Sidhu P. Gangadharan, Michael Goldstein, Susan Schumer, Sanjay R. Jain, Darren Brennan, Michael S. Buff, Robert L. Thurer, and Malcolm DeCamp ; Cyberknife frameless image-guided high-dose fractionated stereotactic radiosurgery with the synchrony motion tracking module in the treatment of single small peripheral lung tumors / Brian T. Collins, Kelly Erickson, Sean P. Collins, Gregory J. Gagnon, Sonja Dieterich, Donald A. McRae, Cristina Reichner, Thomas Chang, Carlos Jamis-Dow, Filip Banovac, Shakun Malik, and Eric D. Anderson ; Initial experience treating lung tumors with the cyberknife / William T. Brown, Xiaodong Wu, Beatriz E. Amendola, Mark Perman, Fahed Fayad, Silvio Garcia, Hoke T. Han, Marko Amendola, Alberto de la Zerda, and James G. Schwade ; Stereotactic radiosurgery for early stage non-small cell lung cancer: rationale, patient selection, results and complications / Neil A. Christie, Steven Burton, Arjun Pennathur, and James D. Luketich ; Toxicity and efficacy of treating mediastinal and hilar lesions / Andrew S. Fink, June A. Kim, D. Ross McBride, Micheal J. Hervey II, Penny J. Sinner, Jodi L. Mammenga, Guy R. Sherwood, and Lori Copsey -- Section 5: Liver and pancreas treatment -- techniques and experiment. A review of stereotactic body radiotherapy for liver and pancreas / Klaus K. Herfarth and Marc W. Munter ; Multidisciplinary overview of local-regional therapies for liver malignancies / Robert M. Goldstein, Brian D. Berger, and John K. O'Connor ; Stereotactic radiosurgery for liver malignancies using the cyberknife / Karyn A. Goodman ; Cyberknife radiosurgery for pancreatic cancer / Scott G. Soltys, Karyn A. Goodman, and Albert C. Koong ; Stereotactic radiosurgery for unresectable adenocarcinoma of the pancreas: initial experience at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore / Christopher Hoffelt and Mukund Didolkar -- Section 6: Emerging thoraco-abdominal radiosurgery concepts. 4D Treatment optimization and planning for radiosurgery with respiratory motion tracking / Jay B. West, Jong Park, John Robinson Dooley, and Calvin R. Maurer, Jr. ; Xsight lung tracking system: a fiducial-less method for respiratory motion tracking / Dongshan Fu, Robert Kahn, Bai Wang, Hongwu Wang, Zhiping Mu, Jong Park, Gopinath Kuduvalli, and Calvin R. Maurer, Jr. ; Cyberknife radiosurgery: quality of life and cost considerations / Donald B. Fuller.
Summary Stereotactic radiosurgery continues to evolve in ways that allow this powerful technology to reach and treat more tumors in more patients. This volume in the Robotic Radiosurgery series is devoted to theory and practice in the emerging field of stereotactic radiosurgery (also called stereotactic body radiation therapy) for extracranial tumors, particularly those that move as patients breathe. The book is divided into six sections. The first three sections address tumor motion due to respiration and tumor tracking techniques; dosimetry, radiobiology, and imaging; and fiducial placement systems. The fourth and fifth sections then discuss in depth the use of robotic radiosurgery to treat lung and abdominal tumors, respectively, and a final section explains emerging concepts and techniques. Within this framework, detailed information is provided on the technology and methodology for delivery of high doses of radiation to moving targets, radiobiological and radiological principles, and the challenges faced by clinicians performing extracranial stereotactic radiosurgery. Furthermore, there are thorough reviews of the general clinical literature on stereotactic radiation treatment of tumors of the lungs, liver, and pancreas, and the latest clinical data from clinicians conducting clinical studies using the CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System. Special attention is given to the frameless robotic radiosurgery device known as the CyberKnife, the only image-guided radiosurgery system that utilizes intelligent robotics to track, detect, and correct for changes in tumor position during treatments. Tumors that move with respiration are treated with the CyberKnife using a revolutionary new tool, called the Synchrony Respiratory Tracking System, which can track moving tumors in real-time. This and other features of the CyberKnife are detailed in chapters by CyberKnife users. In addition, researchers in the broader field of stereotactic body radiation therapy were invited to contribute key chapters that place the technical and clinical benefits of CyberKnife into this growing and evolving field. Efforts have been made to achieve a homogeneous structure throughout the book, and illustrations are of a very high quality. This volume is intended for practitioners and students in all areas of oncology and medicine who are dedicated to the treatment of patients with lesions in the lungs, pancreas, and liver, lesions that move as patients breathe.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783540698869
3540698868
9783540698852 (alk. paper)
354069885X (alk. paper)
OCLC # 191453308
Link Springer e-books
Additional Format Print version: Treating tumors that move with respiration. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2007 9783540698852 354069885X (DLC) 2007920177 (OCoLC)163588449



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