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Posted on Tuesday, June 13
Modified Winston-Lutz Test for IGRT Setups
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Category Linear Accelerators
Submitted by nathanchildress
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Nathan Childress
Homepage www.doselab.com
Version 1.1
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Published
Fri Jul 09, 2010 1:45 pm
Updated
Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:32 pm

Brief document describing the clinical implementation of a modified Winston-Lutz test. This test measures IGRT system end-to-end positioning accuracy with a precision of ~0.1 mm. It can be performed in less than 5 minutes.

Thanks to Jimmy Jones, MS, and Stephen Kry, PhD, for assisting with the procedure and documentation.
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