Gated Irradiation With Scanned Particle Beams

  • Bert C
  • Gemmel A
  • Saito N
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Purpose: To demonstrate mitigation of the interplay effects of scanned particle beams and residual target motion within a gating window by increased overlap of pencil beams. Methods and Materials: Lateral overlap was increased by increasing the pencil beam widths or by decreasing the distance between the pencil beams (scan grid). Longitudinal overlap was increased by reducing the distance between iso-range slices. For scanned carbon ion beams, simulation studies were performed and validated experimentally to determine the required parameters for different residual motion characteristics. The dose distributions were characterized by the maximal local deviations representing local over- and underdosage. Results: For residual lateral motion, the local deviations were

Author-supplied keywords

  • Gating
  • Particle therapy
  • Scanning
  • Target motion

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