Radiation Therapy Physics

Radiation Therapy Physics

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The aim of this book is to provide a uniquely comprehensive source of information on the entire field of radiation therapy physics. The very significant advances in imaging, computational, and accelerator technologies receive full consideration, as do such topics as the dosimetry of radiolabeled antibodies and dose calculation models. The scope of the book and the expertise of the authors make it essential reading for interested physicians and physicists and for radiation dosimetrists.The representative path method was first put forward by PERRY and HolT (1980). Their model did not include electron energy loss, but JETTE (1984b, 1986) subsequently provided representative path formulas for the ... (However, as we shall see in the next section, the representative path approach does have application to the problem of range straggling.) ... 1981), for in that work what is mathematically propagated from the collimation level is physically fictitious pencil beams with noanbsp;...

Title:Radiation Therapy Physics
Author: Alfred R. Smith
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-11

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