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Title Pocket Radiation Oncology
Author Chad Tang
Publisher LWW
Release 2019-05-09
Category Medical
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781496398574
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pocket Guide to Radiation Oncology by Daniel Chamberlain, MD

Title Pocket Guide to Radiation Oncology
Author Daniel Chamberlain, MD
Publisher Springer Publishing Company
Release 2020-11-02
Category Medical
Total Pages 310
ISBN 0826155146
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. Now in its second edition, this practical guide to clinical radiation oncology is the ideal pocket companion for the practicing physician during rounds and other clinical settings. Organized by site-specific diseases, chapters present the must-know key points, including treatment options by stage, technical considerations, and important items for follow-up. Clinical pearls and tables covering treatment options, dose constraints, side effects, target delineations, and treatment planning complete each chapter. The pocket guide includes updates to all chapters and covers topics new to this edition, such as oligometastatic disease, benign indications, and a chapter dedicated to proton therapy considerations. Written in outline format, Pocket Guide to Radiation Oncology takes an efficient and no-frills approach to fundamental topics in the field, making it the perfect reference for a quick review for the board exam or MOC and even serving as a handy reference during a case review at a tumor board. Key Features: Chapters conclude with a list of selected, summarized studies relevant to the disease Provides essential, quick reference appendices on radiation therapy symptom management, normal tissue tolerance constraints, and radiation therapy and new systemic agents 54 disease-based chapters make it easy to find sites without having to sift through dense, broad text Includes digital access to the fully downloadable eBook

Title Pocket Guide to Radiation Oncology Second Edition
Author Daniel Chamberlain
Publisher Demos Medical Publishing
Release 2020-10-28
Category
Total Pages 310
ISBN 9780826155139
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. Now in its second edition, this practical guide to clinical radiation oncology is the ideal pocket companion for the practicing physician during rounds and other clinical settings. Organized by site-specific diseases, chapters present the must-know key points, including treatment options by stage, technical considerations, and important items for follow-up. Clinical pearls and tables covering treatment options, dose constraints, side effects, target delineations, and treatment planning complete each chapter. The pocket guide includes updates to all chapters and covers topics new to this edition, such as oligometastatic disease, benign indications, and a chapter dedicated to proton therapy considerations. Written in outline format, Pocket Guide to Radiation Oncology takes an efficient and no-frills approach to fundamental topics in the field, making it the perfect reference for a quick review for the board exam or MOC and even serving as a handy reference during a case review at a tumor board. Key Features: Chapters conclude with a list of selected, summarized studies relevant to the disease Provides essential, quick reference appendices on radiation therapy symptom management, normal tissue tolerance constraints, and radiation therapy and new systemic agents 54 disease-based chapters make it easy to find sites without having to sift through dense, broad text Includes digital access to the fully downloadable eBook

Handbook of Treatment Planning 2nd Ed by Gregory M. M. Videtic

Title Handbook of Treatment Planning 2nd Ed
Author Gregory M. M. Videtic
Publisher Demos Medical Publishing
Release 2014-08-14
Category Medical
Total Pages 264
ISBN 1620700352
Language English, Spanish, and French
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" This is a highly practical resource about the specific technical aspects of delivering radiation treatment. Pocket-sized and well organized for ease of use, the book is designed to lead radiation oncology trainees and residents step by step through the basics of radiotherapy planning and delivery for all major malignancies. This new, evidence-based edition retains the valued, practical features of the first edition while incorporating recent advances in the field. Chapters are the result of a joint collaboration between residents and staff radiation oncologists in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic. Sections are organized by body site or systemówhichever is best suited to consistency in presenting planning principles. Also included are such specialized topics as palliative therapy and pediatrics. More than 200 images help to clarify the steps of radiotherapy planning and delivery. Written by and for residents on the ""front lines"" of their training, it is also a valuable resource for training other professionals in the field such as technologists, nurses, dosimetrists, and others as well as a quick reference for practicing physicians. Key Features of Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology, Second Edition: Provides a consistent, step-by-step approach to effective radiotherapy planning and delivery Presents content in consistent, concise, bulleted format for easy review Includes over 200 color images Explains specific technical aspects of delivering radiation treatment Addresses such specialized topics as palliative therapy and pediatrics New to the Second Edition: Sereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) for prostate and GI tumors Intraoperative therapy for GI tumors Volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) for brain tumors New coverage of MRI based planning in simulation "

Title Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology Third Edition
Author Gregory M. M. Videtic, MD, CM, FRCPC
Publisher Springer Publishing Company
Release 2020-10-15
Category Medical
Total Pages 280
ISBN 0826168426
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. Revised and updated, Handbook of Treatment Planning for Radiation Therapy, Third Edition continues its tradition of providing evidence-based approaches to the specific technical aspects of delivering radiation treatment. Easy to read and relevant to general practice, this popular pocket-sized manual leads radiation oncology trainees and clinicians through the basics of radiotherapy planning and delivery for all major malignancies in a step-by-step manner. Organized by body site or system, each chapter provides technical details and clinical updates to planning as a result of practice-changing paradigms as well as new and updated equipment and techniques. Specialized topics such as palliative radiotherapy and pediatric radiotherapy round out the final chapters. With over 40 new images in addition to detailed accounts of advances in the field, this highly anticipated third edition provides important updates while retaining the valued, practical features of the previous editions. Written by members of staff in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic, this edition continues to be a valuable resource for training as well as a reliable quick reference for professionals in the field such as radiation therapists and technologists, radiation nurses, dosimetrists, physicists, and practicing physicians. Key Features: Presents concise summaries including target definitions and dose constraints for planning all major disease sites Provides updated coverage of planning associated with stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) for prostate, pancreas, and liver cancers Includes over 40 all new color images and with close to 200 color images all together Outlines new practice standards for hypofractionated radiation therapy in breast and prostate cancers Explains specific technical aspects important for the appropriate clinical delivery of radiation treatment

Title Pocket Guide for Radiotherapy in Clinical Practice
Author Lucy Austin
Publisher
Release 2015-06-29
Category Radiotherapy
Total Pages 56
ISBN 9781908625267
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written by a recently qualified student, who was the UK Society of Radiographers Student of the Year in 2013, the Pocket Guide for Radiography in Clinical Practice is crammed with practical detail to help all students get to grips with their clinical placements.

Title Strategies for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning
Author Ping Xia, PhD
Publisher Springer Publishing Company
Release 2018-10-28
Category Medical
Total Pages 275
ISBN 0826122671
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Strategies for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning provides radiation oncologists, physicists, and dosimetrists with a step-by-step guide to implementing external beam treatment plans that meet clinical requirements for each major disease site. As a companion book to the Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology Second Edition, this book focuses on the technical aspects of treatment planning and the major challenges in creating highly conformal dose distributions, referenced to as treatment plans, for external beam radiotherapy. To overcome challenges associated with each step, leading experts at the Cleveland Clinic have consolidated their knowledge and experience of treatment planning techniques, potential pitfalls, and other difficulties to develop quality plans across the gamut of clinical scenarios in radiation therapy. The book begins with an overview of external beam treatment planning principles, inverse planning and advanced planning tools, and descriptions of all components in simulation and verification. Following these introductory chapters are disease-site examples, including central nervous system, head and neck, breast, thoracic, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, gynecologic, lymphoma, and soft tissue sarcoma. The book concludes with expert guidance on planning for pediatric cancers and how to tailor palliative plans. Essential for all radiation therapy team members, including trainees, this book is for those who wish to learn or improve their treatment planning skills and understand the different treatment planning processes, plan evaluation, and patient setup. KEY FEATURES: Provides basic principles of treatment planning Contains step-by-step, illustrated descriptions of the treatment planning process Discusses the pros and cons of advanced treatment planning tools, such as auto-planning, knowledge-based planning, and multi-criteria based planning Describes each primary treatment site from simulation, patient immobilization, and creation of various treatment plans to plan evaluations Includes instructive sample plans to highlight best practices

Radiation Oncology by Carlos A. Perez

Title Radiation Oncology
Author Carlos A. Perez
Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Release 2011
Category Medical
Total Pages 867
ISBN 160547911X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ideal for on-the-spot consultation, this pocket manual, Radiation Oncology: Management Decisions, provides easily accessible information for residents and practitioners in radiation oncology. It presents the most essential information that is immediately required in the clinical setting. The first eight chapters of the book focus on key basic concepts; the remaining 46 chapters describe treatment regimens for all cancer sites and tumor types. Includes coverage of pain and palliation, and covers all latest therapeutic techniques. This edition includes expanded information on image-guided therapy, 3D techniques, and 4D protocols. The updated cancer staging guidelines have been used throughout the manual. In addition, there is a brand-new chapter devoted to QUANTEC dosage recommendations.

Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology by Gregory Videtic, MD, CM, FRCPC

Title Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology
Author Gregory Videtic, MD, CM, FRCPC
Publisher Demos Medical
Release 2010-09-30
Category Medical
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9781933864525
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology is a focused pocket-sized handbook designed for Radiation Oncology trainees and residents, to serve as an up-to-date, quick resource to lead them through all of the standard steps to plan and deliver radiotherapy for all major malignancies. The goal of the Handbook is to provide evidence-based information but also to be reflective of the knowledge gained through experience in practice. All chapters represent a joint collaboration between residents and staff radiation oncologists, in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic. Throughout the Handbook, the focus is on a series of steps to follow in order to successfully complete effective radiotherapy planning. Sections are organized by body site or system, whichever proved best for consistency in presenting the general principles of planning. Also included are specialized topics such as palliative therapy and pediatrics. After a discussion of general planning requirements, each specific subsite within a given section then provides more specific details on approaches to radiotherapy planning. Illustrated throughout with over 200 images, the Handbook will be a valuable tool for every Radiation Oncology practitioner or trainee. Features of the Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology include A focus on a consistent, step by step approach to radiotherapy planning Content is present in a bulleted format for ease of review The text is extensively supported by color images The Handbook is pocket-sized for portability "

Title Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology
Author M. D. Vassil (Andrew D.)
Publisher
Release 2010
Category
Total Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology is a focused pocket-sized handbook designed for Radiation Oncology trainees and residents, to serve as an up-to-date, quick resource to lead them through all of the standard steps to plan and deliver radiotherapy for all major malignancies. The goal of the Handbook is to provide evidence-based information but also to be reflective of the knowledge gained through experience in practice. All chapters represent a joint collaboration between residents and staff radiation oncologists, in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic. Throughout the Handbook, the focus is on a series of steps to follow in order to successfully complete effective radiotherapy planning. Sections are organized by body site or system, whichever proved best for consistency in presenting the general principles of planning. Also included are specialized topics such as palliative therapy and pediatrics. After a discussion of general planning requirements, each specific subsite within a given section then provides more specific details on approaches to radiotherapy planning. Illustrated throughout with over 200 images, the Handbook will be a valuable tool for every Radiation Oncology practitioner or trainee. Features of the Handbook of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology include A focus on a consistent, step by step approach to radiotherapy planning Content is present in a bulleted format for ease of review The text is extensively supported by color images The Handbook is pocket-sized for portability.

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