One purpose of this study was to generate a dynamic model of fractionated radiotherapy that incorporated the "time factor" to simulate the time-dose-fractionation effect on both cancerous and normal tissues. This model was used to determine the optimal fractionated radiotherapy regimen. This dynamic simulation model will aid students and/or residents in understanding how the response to radiotherapy progresses not only in tumors but also in normal tissues. It is my pleasure to provide this HP as a self-study guide to generate interest in radiation oncology.

 

Topics and Information

  • 08/24/2017
    Three-dimensional simulation of the time-dose-fractionation relationship in a non-uniform radiosensitive tumor,Updated Local Control Rate of non-uniform Radiosensitive Tumors.
  • 09/05/2014.
    A new page – Local Control Rate of non-uniform Radiosensitive Tumors - was added.
  • 09/05/2014.
    Appendix updated based on acquired respiratory data.
  • 09/19/2013.
    Appendix ; Update of dynamic simulation of respiratory synchronized radiotherapy, and develop dynamic simulation of chasing of respiratory movement.
  • 09/06/2012.
    The English home page was released.
  • 09/03/2012.
    Appendix:Dynamic Simulation of Respiratory Synchronized Radiotherapy
  • 09/25/2011.
    The homepage was transferred and newly displayed.
  • 10/25/2010.
    Figure 9 showing a virtual simulation changed the calculation technique and was substituted into a high-precision simulation.
  • 09/25/2010 
    The homepage was displayed.

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