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Biophysical models in radiation oncology

by Lionel Cohen

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer -- Radiotherapy -- Mathematical models.,
  • Cancer -- Radiotherapy -- Data processing.,
  • Biophysics.,
  • Models, Biological.,
  • Dose -- Response relationship, Radiation.,
  • Neoplasma -- Radiotherapy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLionel Cohen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC271.R3 C67 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 p. :
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3484666M
    ISBN 100849360552
    LC Control Number82004161

    Erratum: A protocol for the determination of absorbed dose from high‐energy photon and electron beams [Med. Phys. 10, ()] Task Gr Radiation Therapy Committee, American Association of Physicists in Medicine. Results: Improved survival was demonstrated with combination anti-PD-1 therapy plus radiation compared with either modality alone: median survival was 25 days in the control arm, 27 days in the anti-PD-1 antibody arm, 28 days in the radiation arm, and 53 days in the radiation plus anti-PD-1 therapy arm (P.

    Many biophysical models have been proposed to mathematically capture this relationship between radiation dose and cell survival. A comprehensive review of all of these models is beyond the scope of this chapter but can be found in Hall and Giaccia 1 and Brenner et al. 2 The most commonly used model is the LQ model, which assumes that there are two components . Academic and Professional appointments. - Associate Research Scientist, Center for Radiological Research, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University Postdoctoral Fellow, Cancer Training Program, Department of Epidemiology of Columbia University Student Researcher, Department of Radiation Oncology, SUNY .

    He recently published the book Low Dose Radiation: Dr. Cucinotta’s biophysical models are applicable to radiation exposures on Earth, to radiation workers and patients, and for astronauts in space. He became the Senior Biology Editor of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (Red Journal) in October Radiation dose is the quantity which physicists tend to deal with. However, a chapter is devoted to arguing that dose is only a surrogate for what is of importance to the patient, namely, the biological impact of the radiation he or she receives. In this context, the current biophysical models of dose-volume effects are : Nagraj G Huilgol.


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Biophysical Models In Radiation Oncology: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cohen, Lionel, Biophysical models in radiation oncology. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) (). Biophysical Models in Radiation Oncology.

International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine: Vol. 44, No. 6, pp. Cited by: Radiation Oncology: A Physicist's-Eye View was written for both physicists and medical oncologists with the aim of helping them approach the use of radiation in the treatment of cancer with understanding, confidence, and book will let practitioners in one field understand the problems of, and find solutions for, practitioners in the : Springer-Verlag New York.

Radiation Oncology: A Physicist's-Eye View was written for both physicists and medical oncologists with the aim of helping them approach the use of radiation in the treatment of cancer with understanding, confidence, and book will let practitioners in one field understand the problems of, and find solutions for, practitioners in the other.4/4(3).

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Radiation Oncology: A Physicist's-Eye View was written for both physicists and medical oncologists with the aim of helping them approach the used of radiation in the treatment of cancer with understanding, confidence, and imagination.

The book will let Price: $ from book Advances in Radiation Oncology (pp) Mathematical Modeling in Radiation Oncology. had never been measured and biophysical models were based on extrapolations. Here we present. This series will include books in the emerging area of global radiation oncology.

Stemming from the published book by the series editor entitled Emerging Models for Global Health in Radiation Oncology, it will further detail the work being done globally to promote cancer research and awareness, particularly in lower income countries. Atoms, Radiation, and Radiation Protection by Turner, James E.

ISBN: List Price: $ $ (Save 20%) $ (Save 10%) Own it. Sell it back for $   Radiation Oncology: A Physicist's-Eye View was written for both physicists and medical oncologists with the aim of helping them approach the use of radiation in the treatment of cancer with understanding, confidence, and imagination.

The book will let practitioners in one field understand the problems of, and find solutions for, practitioners in the other. Abstract. Radiation Oncology is a clinical medical discipline in which patients with cancer are treated with ionizing radiation. It has evolved over the past decades as a distinct specialty from both surgery in whose numbers were the early practitioners and from diagnostic radiology.

Radioresistance is the level of ionizing radiation that organisms are able to withstand. Ionizing-radiation-resistant organisms (IRRO) were defined as organisms for which the dose of acute ionizing radiation (IR) required to achieve 90% reduction (D10) is greater than gray (Gy) Radioresistance is surprisingly high in many organisms, in contrast to previously held views.

The title of Michael Goitein’s book Radiation Oncology: A Physicist’s-Eye View is a play on words. The concept of “beam’s-eye view” in radiation-therapy treatment planning was developed by Goitein himself to describe the radiographic view of a patient’s anatomy, as seen from the radiation source.

His stated intention for the book is to describe as simply as possible from a Cited by: 1. Chair of Task Group No. - Biophysical models and tools for the planning and evaluation of selected brachytherapy modalities: - Present: American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Member, Physics Core Curriculum Committee: - Present: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM).

Biophysical Society-IOP series The Biophysical Society and IOP Publishing have forged a new publishing partnership in biophysics, bringing the world-leading expertise and domain knowledge of the Biophysical Society into the rapidly developing IOP ebooks program.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing > Vol Number 6 > /X Coupling brain-tumor biophysical models and diffeomorphic image registration. Biphasic modeling of brain tumor biomechanics and response to radiation treatment.

Journal Cited by: The manuscript summarizes and discusses the various versions of a radiation damage biophysical model, implemented as a Monte Carlo simulation code, originally developed for chromosome aberrations.

Department of Radiation Oncology, University Hospital Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany Expansion and evolution of fundamental biophysical knowledge of radiation induced effects using particle beams through biological experimental study and/or implementing sophisticated models to describe biological phenomena; (This article belongs to the.

The author, who is Professor of Radiation Oncology Emeritus at Harvard Medical School, was an early pioneer in the development of image-based treatment planning and has been responsible for developing and putting into clinical practice such widely used tools as: digitally reconstructed radiographs, dose-volume histograms, and beam's-eye view Author: Michael Goitein.In radiation therapy these motion estimations are used to define accurate treatment margins, e.g.

to calculate dose distributions and to develop prediction models for gated or robotic radiotherapy. In this book, the increasing role of image registration and motion estimation algorithms for the interpretation of complex 4D medical image.Department of Radiation Oncology.

Dr. Thomas trained in both medical oncology and radiation oncology. Dr. Thomas is a full-time academic clinician and serves as the department chair of the radiation oncology program at a NCI Designated Cancer Center, the Knight Cancer Institute of the Oregon Health & Science University.