Radiation therapy has developed and advanced dramatically in the last few decades. However, very little has been published or done in the area of biologically optimized treatment planning. Development of Biologically Optimized Radiation TherapyMoreRadiation therapy has developed and advanced dramatically in the last few decades. However, very little has been published or done in the area of biologically optimized treatment planning. Development of Biologically Optimized Radiation Therapy aims to fill and close an important gap in the literature with a well-focused and in-depth content.The book covers the biological, physical and clinical background of advanced biologically based radiation therapy optimization with focus on modern radiation therapy modalities such as electron, photon and light ion therapy.
Highly recommended for its strong interdisciplinary profile, the book contains a meritorious compilation of previously unpublished materials in many areas of modern science. Undergraduates, researchers and practitioners such as oncologists, medical physicists and radiation biologists alike should find the book immensely informative and comprehensively thorough.Sample Chapter(s)Foreword (25 KB)Chapter 1: A Brief Introduction to the Development of Radiation Therapy Optimization (151 KB)Request Inspection CopyContents: Fundamentals of Clinical Radiation Biology (A Brahme et al.)The Biological Bases of Radiation Therapy (A Brahme et al.)Physically and Biologically Based Radiation Therapy Optimization (A Brahme et al.)Properties and Clinical Possibilities of Biologically Based Treatment Optimization (K Moaierifar & A Brahme)Development of Bioart: Biologically Optimized In Vivo Predictive Assay Based Adaptive Radiation Therapy (A Brahme)Development of High Quality Beams for Uniform and Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (R Svensson et al.)Development of External Beam Treatment Units (K Moaierifar et al.)Physical, Biological and Clinical Background for the Development of Biologically Optimized Light Ion Therapy.Readership: Oncologists, medical physicists, radiation biologists, molecular oncologists, radiation therapists, radiation physicists, undergraduates and graduates studying or doing research on medical imaging.