Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
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BeschreibungThis text provides oncology professionals with a practical understanding of the basic science, technical aspects, and clinical indications of stereotactic body radiation therapy, including radiosurgery, radiotherapy, and radioablation. Coverage includes discussions of relevant classical and molecular radiobiological principles, critical evaluations of currently used techniques, and background clinical oncology information plus summaries of reported outcomes for patients treated in the lung, liver, and spine.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction (Kavanagh, UC; Timmerman, IU) 3 pp Prologue: The Clinical Transition from Cranial to Extracranial Stereotactic Radiation Therapy (Lax & Blomgren)-3 pp I. The Radiobiology of Extracranial Stereotactic Radiation Therapy (SBRT) 36 pp Tumor Dose-Response Relationships in SBRT: Do traditional Models Apply? (Fowler & Welsh & Tome) 6 pp The intracellular signaling response to high dose radiation (Dent) 6 pp Normal tissue Dose-constraints in Lung SBRT (Timmerman) 6 pp Normal tissue Dose-constraints in Liver SBRT (Herfarth & Wulf) 6 pp Radiation-induced cytokine production: mechanisms and potential clinical implications (Okunieff) 6 pp Special topics: the dose rate effect, margin selection, and resistant subpopulations (Kavanagh, Cardinale) 6 pp II. The Physics and Dosimetry of SBRT 24-28 pp Immobilization, Localization, and Repositioning Methods in SBRT (Benedict)- 10 pp Treatment Planning (Papiez & Moskvin) 8-10 pp Quality Assurance in SBRT (Haedinger) 6-8 pp III. Initiating an SBRT Program 9-12 pp Equipment and physical layout (Steiber & Hinson) 3-4 pp Commissioning and accreditation (Galvin, Ibbot) 3-4 pp Personnel Training (Nedzi) 3-4 pp IV. Clinical Applications of SBRT approx. 50 pp SBRT for lung tumors (Song & Blomgren) 6-8 p Case Studies in Lung SBRT: 9pp Uematsu 3 pp McGarry 3 pp Nagata 3 pp SBRT for Liver Tumors (Cardenes & Schefter) 6-8 pp Case Studies in Liver SBRT: 9pp Lohr, Manheim 3 pp Schefter, UC Cardenes IU 3 pp Fuss & Salter 3 pp SBRT for renal cell carcinoma (Wersall & Kavanagh) 4-5 pp SBRT in retroperitoneal and pelvic tumors (Buatti & Meeks) 4-5 pp Case Study in Pelvic SBRT 3pp Madsen, Virginia Mason Spinal Radiosurgery (Lovelock) 4-5 pp Case studies in spine Radiosurgery 6 pp Ryu 3 pp Crownover 3 pp Epilogue: Group Protocols and Future Directions in SBRT (Kavanagh, Timmerman) 3-4 pp
PressestimmenInternational Journal of Radiation Oncology, Volume 63, Issue 2 -- "These are exciting times for the specialty of radiation oncology, which is now ushering in the emerging field of SBRT. This book is a timely and welcome addition to the radiation oncology literature because it is the first to address the current state of the art of SBRT. The book features an eclectic list of contributing authors, from a large number of academic centers, and over 100 high-quality illustrations that effectively supplement the text throughout the book. This book is a good value and deserves serious consideration for inclusion in the library of anyone wanting to be at the cutting edge of SBRT."
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LIPPINCOTT RAVEN
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2004
Seitenanzahl: 159 Seiten