Analiza porownawcza algorytmow AAA (Analytical Anisotropic Algorithm) oraz PBC (Pencil Beam Convolution) w teleradioterapii


Author(s): Izabela Wiatrowska, Janusz Winiecki, Karolina Majewska, Barbara Drzewiecka, Roman Makarewicz, Pawel Kukuczka, Agnieszka Orzechowska, Sebastian Maleszka

Radiotherapy is one of available methods of treatment of malignant cancer. The method applies ionizing radiation for destruction of cancer cells. Its key objective is to deliver a high dose of radiation to the target volume, with simultaneous reduction of dose reaching critical organs to the acceptable level. Calculation of dose distribution within the target volume and in critical organs is performed by treatment planning systems of variable speed and accuracy of calculations. That variability is a result of application of various calculation algorithms.

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