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Published August, 2018
By Parham Alaei and George Ding
Publisher: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
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Provides an overview of the state-of-the-art image-guidance techniques employed in radiation therapy. This book will be beneficial to medical physicists at different stages in their careers who would like to know about current image guidance techniques and modalities, including non-ionizing-radiation ones.

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£130.00
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Learn what's new in treatment planning, technology, and techniques in brachytherapy from the world's leading researchers and clinicians with the latest book on brachytherapy in modern clinics. This new volume includes chapters on HDR and LDR brachytherapy for the prostate; general planning and model-based dose calculation algorithms; intensity-modulated brachytherapy; and more.

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£114.00
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Published June, 2015
By Harald Paganetti and Indra J. Das
Publisher: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
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Proton therapy has been used in radiation therapy for over 70 years, but within the last decade its use in clinics has grown exponentially. This book fills in the proton therapy gap by focusing on the physics of proton therapy, including beam production, proton interactions, biology, dosimetry, treatment planning, quality assurance, commissioning, motion management, and uncertainties.

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£157.00
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This book was developed for the AAPM 2013 Summer School Proceedings in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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£76.50
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Radiotherapy physics has had a very long history of performing quality assurance. The goal of this book is to make new techniques accessible to the broader medical physics community. The CD included in this book contains large tables, figures, and many of the text's images in colour.

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£119.00
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Published October, 2009
By Joanna Cygler and D. W. O. Rogers
Publisher: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
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While radiation dosimetry is no longer the "hot topic" of research that it once was, new treatment modalities still have challenges to be solved and detector systems are constantly being developed. A primary purpose of this book is to help in the education of clinical physicists who have not had access to the forefront research into understanding radiation dosimetry.

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£157.00
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While radiation dosimetry is no longer the "hot topic" of research that it once was, new treatment modalities still have challenges to be solved and detector systems are constantly being developed. A primary purpose of this book is to help in the education of clinical physicists who have not had access to the forefront research into understanding radiation dosimetry.

CD-ROM
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Published June, 2008
By Dianna Cody and Osama Mawlawi
Publisher: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
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Topics discussed include PET and CT basics, diagnostic and clinical alications, PET/CT scanner designs and characteristics, scanner testing, PET ACR accreditation and acceptance testing, PET/CT simulation for therapy alications, shielding calculations and radiation safety, and site planning.

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Published February, 2006
By Bruce H. Curran, James M. Balter and Indrin J. Chetty
Publisher: American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
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While numerous technical developments are proceeding in the field of radiation therapy, image-guided radiation therapy and the Monte Carlo method have recently attracted much attention. These two topics, covered on this CD from sessions presented at the 2006 AAPM Summer School, present significant changes in the influence of technology on the practice of radiation oncology.

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