The Modern Technology of Radiation Oncology, Vol 4

The Modern Technology of Radiation Oncology, Vol 4

Author:  Jacob Van Dyk, Editor
ISBN:  9781951134020
Published:  2020 September | 522 | Hardcover

Price:   $ 175.00



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Sample Chapter 1, Technology Evolution in Radiation Oncology: the Rapid Pace Continues. [pdf format]

Once again Jake Van Dyk has brought together an esteemed group of international experts to describe the latest radiation oncology tools and techniques in volume 4 of The Modern Technology of Radiation Oncology.

Technological advancements in radiation oncology continue at a very rapid pace. The goal of The Modern Technology of Radiation Oncology is to provide state-of-the-art information on making these technologies available in the clinic. New topics addressed in Volume 4 include: surface-guided radiation therapy (RT), PET/MRI, real-time MRI guidance, robust optimization, automated treatment planning, artificial intelligence, adaptive RT, machine learning, big data, radiomics, particle therapy RBE, nanoparticle applications, economic considerations, global medical physics activities, global access to RT, and FLASH RT. These volumes have not only been valued by medical physicists and radiation oncologists in clinical practice around the world, but also an important learning resource for residency programs, radiation technologists, dosimetrists, research students, biomedical engineers, and ancillary professionals related with radiotherapy. Administrators and scientists affiliated with the practice of radiation therapy will also find this book a useful resource

This book is also available as an eBook, ISBN #9781951134037

As Featured in Medical Physics International

THE MODERN TECHNOLOGY OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY: A Compendium for Medical Physicists and Radiation Oncologists. Book Series

By the invitation of Medical Physics International Jacob Van Dyk has written an article presenting the newest edition of The Modern Technology of Radiation Oncology, Vol. 4 to the international medical physics community. This is not a traditional book review but an article to introduce the new edition and emphasize the advances that are the major reason for this new publication.

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