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by Peter Hoskin,Vicky Goh

Author: Peter Hoskin,Vicky Goh
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (March 19, 2010)
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.5
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Peter J. Hoskin, Vicky Goh. Imaging is a critical component in the delivery of radiotherapy to patients with malignancy, and this book teaches the principles and practice of imaging specific to radiotherapy.

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Vicky Goh qualified in medicine at Cambridge and, after junior posts in general medicine, went on to train in radiology in London, and completed a fellowship in cross-sectional imaging in Toronto, Canada. She has a busy clinical practice with a special interest in imaging gastrointestinal and thoracic malignancies.

Radiotherapy in Practice - Imaging. The first book on imaging written specifically for radiotherapy. The fourth book in the extremely successful Radiotherapy in Practice series. Introductory chapters on basic principles combine with site specific chapters to provide the ultimate guide to both theory and practice.

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Image guided adaptive brachytherapy with combined intracavitary and interstitial technique improves the therapeutic ratio in. .Balaji Ganeshan Vicky Goh Henry C Mandeville Quan Sing Ng Peter J Hoskin Kenneth A Miles. Radiology 2013 Jan 20;266(1):326-36.

Image guided adaptive brachytherapy with combined intracavitary and interstitial technique improves the therapeutic ratio in locally advanced cervical cancer: Analysis from the retroEMBRACE study. Authors: Lars Fokdal Alina Sturdza Renaud Mazeron Christine Haie-Meder Li Tee Tan Charles Gillham Barbara Šegedin Ina Jürgenliemk-Schultz Christian Kirisits Peter Hoskin Richard Pötter Jacob C Lindegaard Kari Tanderup.

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Technical advances in imaging and computing power have improved the precision of implantation and complex dosimetry can now be achieved in routine practice. Each chapter gives the reader a solid background in the physics and dosimetry of the technique, followed by practical information on its use in common disease sites.

Imaging is a critical component in the delivery of radiotherapy to patients with malignancy, and this book teaches the principles and practice of imaging specific to radiotherapy. Introductory chapters outline the basic principles of the available imaging modalities including x-rays, ultrasound, CT, MR, nuclear medicine, and PET. Site specific chapters then cover the main tumor sites, reviewing optimal imaging techniques for diagnosis, staging, radiotherapy planning, and follow-up for each site. Chapters are co-authored by oncologists and radiologists specializing in a specific area to provide an authoritative view on the role of imaging in the patient's journey and examples of relevant images are provided throughout. The important areas of radiation protection, exposure justification, and risks, are also comprehensively covered, exploring issues such as balancing radiation exposure with long-term risks of radiation effects, such as second cancer induction.