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2016 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: CT Ventilation Imaging: The New Clinical Reality of Functional Avoidance and Response Assessment in Lung Cancer Radiation Therapy

Spatial Distributions of Radiation Induced Pulmonary Changes Can Be Modeled and Utilized for Image-Guided Planning and Therapy to Improve Pulmonary Function Preservation and Hence the Therapeutic Ratio for Lung Cancer
John Bayouth, PhD University of Wisconsin

Handout(s): 115-31617-387514-118289.pdf
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Introduction to CT Ventilation Imaging: Principles, Validation and Clinical Translation - Tokihiro Yamamoto, PhD University of California Davis Medical Center
Applications, Validation, Clinical Endpoints and Opportunities for CT Ventilation - Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, PhD University of Colorado Denver
The VAMPIRE Challenge: Preliminary Results From a Multi-Institutional Study of CT Ventilation Image Accuracy - John Kipritidis, The University of Sydney
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