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Nikolaos Tsaousis

 
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Figure 1: The femoral cortex

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Figure 2: Cortical thickness estimation from Computed Tomography (CT)

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Figure 3: Multi-view Dual X-ray Absorptiometry

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Figure 4: Estimation of cross-sectional cortical thickness

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Figure 5: Cortical thickness estimation from Dual X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA), using a deformable template model

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Figure 6: Statistical model: first 2 principal shape mode variations

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Figure 7: Statistical model: first 2 principal shape mode variations

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Figure 8: Statistical model: First 2 principal thickness mode variations

Figure 9: Statistical model: First 2 principal thickness mode variations

Figure 9: Statistical model: First 2 principal thickness mode variations

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Figure 10: Cortical thickness maps, and error maps

Jerome Charmet

 
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Graeham Douglas

 
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Jacob Brubert

 
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Scheme of radiosensitazation of gold nanoparticles and chemotherapy with cis-platin, Sonali Setua, PhD. Thesis, submitted Feb. 2014

Alexandra Vaideanu

 
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Suyi Zhang

 
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Mark Varley

 
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Figure 1 – Rectal position has been found to vary two to three times greater than previously predicted during prostate radiotherapy. Shown above are axial slices at the same level from two patients: (a) and (c) show the anatomy on the kilovoltage (kV) scans used for planning prior to treatment, (b) and (d) show megavoltage (MV) images acquired during treatment displaying positional and loading differences. Images courtesy of Scaife, J., et al., Br J Radiol, 2014; 87: 20140343

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Figure 2 – Dose surface maps of the rectum during prostate radiotherapy, generated from the original kilovoltage planning scan (left) and megavoltage on-treatment image (right). Differences in high- (red) and intermediate- (yellow) dose regions can be attributed to anatomical positional variation and have previously been linked to toxicity effects. The additional information provided by this novel on-treatment imaging and analysis technique will allow improved correlation between accumulated dose and patient reported side-effects. Images courtesy of Dr Simon Thomas, Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals.

Leila Shelley

 
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Nikola Dolezalova

 
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Elisabeth Gill

 
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Theresa Maier

 
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