New PDF release: Basic Radiation Oncology

By Murat Beyzadeoglu

ISBN-10: 3642116655

ISBN-13: 9783642116650

ISBN-10: 3642116663

ISBN-13: 9783642116667

Basic Radiation Oncology is an all-in-one publication, encompassing the fundamental facets of radiation physics, radiobiology, and scientific radiation oncology. an entire part is dedicated to every of those fields. within the first sections, ideas which are an important in radiation physics and radiobiology are reviewed extensive. The 3rd part describes radiation therapy regimens applicable for the most melanoma websites and tumor forms. The booklet has been designed to make sure that the reader will locate it effortless to take advantage of. Many "pearl bins" are used to summarize the main info, and there are greater than 350 invaluable illustrations, the vast majority of them in colour. additionally, key stories are incorporated on the finish of every scientific bankruptcy. uncomplicated Radiation Oncology will meet the necessity for a realistic, up to date, bedside-oriented radiation oncology publication. it will likely be tremendous worthwhile for citizens, fellows, and clinicians within the fields of radiation, scientific, and surgical oncology, in addition to for clinical scholars, physicians, and clinical physicists with an curiosity in scientific oncology.

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32) Developed in 1940 Developed for the circular induction acceleration of electrons and light particles. 32) Entered clinics in 1972 Combination of a linac and a cyclotron A circular particle accelerator for accelerating electrons to energies of several MeVs Has a simple structure and it is easy to select the appropriate energy. Small compared to other linacs. Just one microtron generator can provide electrons for more than one treatment room Produces energies of up to 50 MeV Cyclotron A circular particle accelerator in which charged subatomic particles generated at a central source are accelerated spirally outward in a plane perpendicular to a fixed magnetic field by an alternating electrical field.

27 years. For practical purposes it is considered harmless and inactive after ten halflives. Thus, Co-60 should be stored safely for approximately 53 years. 33 Cobalt-60 decay scheme 1 Radiation Physics 60 28 Ni Stable (energy=0) Co-60 teletherapy units have a cylindrical source 2 cm in diameter. The activity of the source is generally between 5,000 and 15,000 Ci (Fig. 34). A source with an activity of less than 3,000 Ci is replaced with a new one; this is necessary after 5–7 years of use. 34 Cobalt-60 teletherapy unit Co-60 teletherapy units provide good performance for tumors with depths of <10 cm.

Essentially all of the dose is directed onto the surface of the skin; the percentage depth dose (PDD) curve drops sharply. Thus, deeply seated tumors cannot be treated using these machines. Orthovoltage treatment machines are currently only found in a few centers, and are only used to treat skin cancers or some very superficial lesions in the head and neck region. Megavoltage treatment machines [22] Megavoltage treatment machines are the foundation of modern radiotherapy techniques. Photon beams are produced in megavoltage treatment machines.

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