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C-RAD & Elekta at UNC Health Southeastern's Gibson Cancer Center

First patients treated with C-RAD Catalyst+ HD and Elekta radiation therapy equipment at UNC Health Southeastern’s Gibson Cancer Center

By Blog, Catalyst +, Catalyst+ HD, DIBH, Markerless, Motion Management, Patient positioning, Stereotactic Radiation Therapy
Last week UNC Health Southeastern’s Gibson Cancer Center announced the first patients were treated using the C-RAD Catalyst+ HD motion management system to help ensure the highest level of treatment...
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The Value of a Deformable Registration Algorithm

For medical physicists considering surface-guided radiation therapy… here’s a thought on the value of a deformable registration algorithm

By Blog, Catalyst +, Catalyst+ HD, Clinical usage, Motion Management, Patient positioning, Sentinel 4DCT
Surface-Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT) systems work by continuously collecting 3D images of a patient’s surface, typically the patient’s skin, and using this information to accurately identify a tumor position within...
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