SUBSPECIALTY CONTENT BROCHURE
Radiological Society of North America
92nd Scientific Assembly
and Annual Meeting
November 2...
Subspecialty content brochures organize the
components of the annual meeting by subjects that
correspond to radiologic sub...
Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology
Physics: Advances in Breast Imaging—Physics,
Technology, and Clinical Applications: ...
1:30-2:45 Plenary Session
Eugene P. Pendergrass New Horizons Lecture
and Honorary Memberships (Arie Crown
Theater)
1:30-3:...
Lymph Node Assessment in Oncologic Patients
(An Interactive Session) (Course RC318)
(S504ABC)
Minicourse in Oncologic Imag...
Minicourse in Oncologic Imaging: Imaging
Opportunities in Clinical Trials—Interventional
Oncology Therapies: From Concept ...
10:30-12:00 Scientific Paper Sessions
Chest (Lung Cancer Screening) (E351)
Gastrointestinal (Gastrointestinal Oncology
CT/...
Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology:
Breast Imaging—MR Imaging: Performance,
Interpretation, and Biopsy (Course RC615)
(...
Friday, December 1, 2006
8:30-10:00 Refresher Courses
Brain Tumors: Conventional and Advanced
Imaging Techniques (Course R...
LL-MS2646 Spectrum of Epstein-Barr Virus Related
Diseases: A Pictorial Review
LL-MS2651 CT Perfusion in Oncology: Why, Whe...
LL-NM2611 FDG-PET And FDG-PET MR Imaging Co-
Registration in Brain Tumor Recurrence versus
Radiation Changes
LL-NM2612 Hea...
LL-RO4907-H11 Nodal Topography and Vascular Anatomy for
the Radiotherapy Treatment Planning of Pelvic
Malignancies: A Thre...
LL-RO4320-B08 Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic
Radiotherapy for the Treatment of Patients with
Multiple Brain Me...
LL-RO4335-H03 A Simple Method to Reduce Organ Motion in
Prostate Cancer Use by Quantification of
Interfration Motion of th...
LL-RO4352-L10 The Evaluation of the Effect of Total Body
Irradiation on Clotting System
LL-RO4353-L11 Intraoperative Extra...
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Radiation Oncology/ Oncologic Imaging

  1. 1. SUBSPECIALTY CONTENT BROCHURE Radiological Society of North America 92nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting November 26 – December 1, 2006 McCormick Place, Chicago Radiation Oncology/ Oncologic Imaging
  2. 2. Subspecialty content brochures organize the components of the annual meeting by subjects that correspond to radiologic subspecialties. We hope this brochure, along with the meeting program, helps to enrich and ease your experience at RSNA 2006. RSNA Annual Meeting CME Information RSNA® is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. RSNA designates this educational activity for a maximum of 85 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ . Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Sunday, November 26, 2006 10:45-12:15 Scientific Paper Sessions Gastrointestinal (CT and MR Perfusion: Liver, Pancreas, Bowel) (E450A) Genitourinary (Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology ) (E353A) ISP: Genitourinary (Imaging and Intervention ) (E353B) ISP: Nuclear Medicine (Featured Research: New Technologies and Tracers) (S502AB) Physics (Radiation Therapy) (S404AB) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Head and Neck Cancer) (S403B) Vascular/Interventional (Ablation) (E350) 2:00-3:30 Refresher Courses Differential Diagnosis of Mediastinal Masses (How-to Workshop) (Course RC151) (E261) Imaging and Prostate Cancer Radiation Treatment Planning (Course RC119) (S503AB) Minicourse in Oncologic Imaging: Imaging Opportunities in Clinical Trials—Practice Opportunities for Imagers in Clinical Trials (Course RC128) (S502AB) Proton Therapy (Course RC120) (E253CD) Therapeutic Response Assessment in Oncology (Course RC118) (N227) Transition to Heterogeneity Corrections (Course RC122) (S404AB)
  3. 3. Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology Physics: Advances in Breast Imaging—Physics, Technology, and Clinical Applications: Breast Anatomy, Pathology, and Diagnosis of Disease (Course RC121) (E351) Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Breast Imaging—Mammography: Interpretation Pointers for Detection of Early Breast Cancer (Course RC115) (E451A) Monday, November 27, 2006 8:30-10:00 Multisession Course Case-based Review of Radiation Oncology (Thoracic Cancer) (S402AB) Refresher Courses Categorical Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Genitourinary—Prostate Cancer Imaging: Relevance, Current Practices, and Evolving Techniques (Course RC207) (E353C) Head and Neck Cancer: What the Clinician Needs to Know (Course RC206) (E450A) Minicourse in Oncologic Imaging: Imaging Opportunities in Clinical Trials—Clinical Trial Imaging Leading to Personalized Medicine (Course RC228) (S502AB) PET/CT in Oncology I (Course RC218) (E450B) Respiratory Motion in Radiation Therapy (Course RC222) (S404AB) 10:30-12:00 Multisession Course Case-based Review of Radiation Oncology (Breast Cancers) (S402AB) Scientific Paper Sessions Chest (Computer-aided Diagnosis) (E351) Gastrointestinal (Cancer: Stomach and Esophagus) (E450B) Genitourinary (Upper Tract CT) (E353B) Molecular Imaging (Applications I) (E353A) Neuroradiology/Head and Neck (Brain: Tumors) (N227) Nuclear Medicine (PET/CT in the Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Malignancies) (S502AB) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Lymphoma and Nonmalignant Disease) (S403B) Vascular/Interventional (Onco-Intervention) (E350)
  4. 4. 1:30-2:45 Plenary Session Eugene P. Pendergrass New Horizons Lecture and Honorary Memberships (Arie Crown Theater) 1:30-3:00 Multisession Course Case-based Review of Radiation Oncology (Gynecologic Cancers) (S402AB) 1:30-5:45 Plenary Session Physics Symposium: Brachytherapy Refresher (S501ABC) 3:00-4:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Gastrointestinal (CT Colonography: Polyp Measurement, Computer-aided Diagnosis) (E450A) Gastrointestinal (Liver CT: Contrast Technique, Other) (E450B) Nuclear Medicine (PET/CT and Lymphoma) (S502AB) Physics (Radiation Therapy) (S404AB) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Quality of Life and Outcomes) (S403B) 3:30-5:00 Multisession Course Case-based Review of Radiation Oncology (Gastrointestinal Cancers) (S402AB) 4:30-6:00 Special Focus Sessions CT Screening for Lung Cancer: Is it Worth it? (E353B) Hepatic Tumor Therapy: What Treatment Is Appropriate—Ablation, Intraarterial Therapy, or Surgery? (S405AB) Tuesday, November 28, 2006 8:30-10:00 Refresher Courses Head and Neck Cancer (Course RC306) (N227) Image-guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy (Course RC320) (S401AB) Imaging and Head and Neck Cancer Radiation Treatment Planning (Course RC319) (S505AB) Imaging of Focal Liver Lesions: State of the Art (Course RC309) (E451B) Intensity-modulated Radiation Therapy Patient Safety and Error Reduction (Course RC322) (S404AB)
  5. 5. Lymph Node Assessment in Oncologic Patients (An Interactive Session) (Course RC318) (S504ABC) Minicourse in Oncologic Imaging: Imaging Opportunities in Clinical Trials—Imaging as a Clinical Biomarker: Importance of Technique (Course RC328) (S502AB) 10:30-12:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Chest (Lung Cancer: Basics) (E352) Genitourinary (Upper Tract MR) (E353B) ISP: Gastrointestinal (Cystic Pancreatic Neoplasms) (E450A) ISP: Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Central Nervous System and Pediatric Malignancy) (S403B) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Gastrointestinal Cancer and Ablation) (S403A) Vascular/Interventional (Ablation) (E253CD) 3:00-4:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Gastrointestinal (Liver: Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Focal Lesions) (E450A) Gastrointestinal (Pancreatic Cancer: CT, MR) (E451B) Genitourinary (Prostate Ultrasound) (E352) ISP: Chest (Positron Emission Tomography) (E351) Molecular Imaging (Lymph Nodes) (E353A) Nuclear Medicine (PET/CT in Head and Neck, Neuroendocrine Tumors) (S502AB) Physics (Colon Computer-aided Diagnosis) (S401CD) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Gynecologic Cancer) (S403B) 4:30-6:00 Refresher Courses Categorical Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Genitourinary—Imaging in Gynecologic Malignancies (Course RC407) (E353C) Enhancing Radiation Treatment with Molecular Targeted Therapies (Course RC420) (S501ABC) Imaging and Breast Cancer Radiation Treatment Planning (Course RC419) (S505AB) Imaging of the Gastroesophageal Junction (Course RC409) (N226)
  6. 6. Minicourse in Oncologic Imaging: Imaging Opportunities in Clinical Trials—Interventional Oncology Therapies: From Concept to Delivery (Course RC428) (S502AB) MR Imaging in Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Neoplasms (Course RC418) (N227) Quality Assurance for Treatment Planning (IEC 62083 and IAEA Report) (Course RC422) (S404AB) Utility of MR Imaging in Diagnosing Elbow and Wrist Pathology (How-to Workshop) (Course RC451) (E261) Wednesday, November 29, 2006 8:30-6:00 Multisession Course RSNA-NCI Interventional Oncology Series (S501AB) 8:30-10:00 Refresher Courses Imaging and Gastrointestinal Cancer Radiation Treatment Planning (Course RC519) (S502AB) Imaging of Pancreatic Neoplasms: State of the Art (Course RC509) (E450A) Lung Cancer Screening and Coronary Artery Disease Screening: The Present and the Future (In Conjunction with the American Association for Women Radiologists) (Course RC516) (E352) Lung Nodules: Detection, Characterization, and Biopsy/Radiofrequency Ablation (Course RC501) (E353B) Minicourse: Image Optimization for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning: Brain, Head and Neck, and Extremities (Course RC522) (S404AB) Molecular-Genetic Imaging (Course RC517) (N228) PET/CT in Oncology II (Course RC518) (S406B) Radioimmunotherapy (Course RC520) (E253CD) Thyroid Nodules and Cancer: Evaluation and Imaging (Course RC506) (E451B) Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Breast Imaging—Breast Ultrasound: Screening, Biopsy, and Staging (Course RC515) (E451A)
  7. 7. 10:30-12:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Chest (Lung Cancer Screening) (E351) Gastrointestinal (Gastrointestinal Oncology CT/PET) (E450B) Gastrointestinal (Liver MR: 3-T Imaging, Contrast, Techniques) (E450A) ISP: Chest (Intervention) (E352) ISP: Genitourinary (Prostate Imaging) (E353B) ISP: Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Thoracic Malignancy) (S403A) Pediatric (Neuroradiology I) (N229) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Genitourinary Cancer) (S403B) 1:30-2:45 Plenary Session Annual Oration in Radiation Oncology (Arie Crown Theater) 3:00-4:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Gastrointestinal (Rectal Cancer: MR, CT) (E450A) Gastrointestinal (Ultrasound Contrast: Liver) (E451B) Molecular Imaging (Applications II) (E352) Radiation Oncology and Radiobiology (Breast Cancer) (S403B) Vascular/Interventional (Nonvascular Intervention) (E350) 4:30-6:00 Special Focus Sessions Imaging-guided Intervention: The Operating Room of the Future (S404AB) Oncodiagnosis Panel: Multidisciplinary Assessment and Therapy of Gynecologic Cancer (S403A) Thursday, November 30, 2006 8:30-6:00 Multisession Course RSNA-NCI Interventional Oncology Series (S501AB) 8:30-10:00 Refresher Courses Cancer Screening (Course RC618) (E352) Minicourse: Image Optimization for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning: CT, MR, and PET Review (Course RC622) (S404AB)
  8. 8. Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Breast Imaging—MR Imaging: Performance, Interpretation, and Biopsy (Course RC615) (E451A) Update on Thoracic Malignancies: Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, and Mesothelioma (Course RC601) (E450A) 10:30-12:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Chest (Pulmonary Vascular) (E351) Gastrointestinal (CT Colonography, Colon Cancer: Miscellaneous) (E450B) Gastrointestinal (Liver CT and MR: Focal Lesions, Hepatocellular Carcinoma) (E450A) Genitourinary (Lower Tract Oncology) (E353B) Musculoskeletal (Bone and Soft-Tissue Tumors (S406B) Musculoskeletal (Interventional Pain Management) (S405AB) Nuclear Medicine (Brain and Central Nervous System) (S502AB) 3:00-4:00 Plenary Sessions Cancer Detection: Evaluation of Whole-Body MR Imaging versus CT and PET/CT (S404AB) Cancer: Early Predictors of Tumor Response (S403A) 4:30-6:00 Refresher Courses Categorical Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Genitourinary—Renal Masses: Diagnosis, Biopsy, and Ablation (Course RC707) (E353C) Interventional Radiology in Oncologic Patients (Course RC718) (S401CD) Minicourse: Image Optimization for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning: Lung, Upper Abdomen, and Pelvis (Course RC722) (S404AB) Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology Physics: Multidimensional Image Processing, Analysis, and Display—Three- and Four- dimensional Image Registration (Course RC732) (S403B) Update Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Breast Imaging—MR Imaging: Screening, Diagnosis, and Staging (Course RC715) (E451A)
  9. 9. Friday, December 1, 2006 8:30-10:00 Refresher Courses Brain Tumors: Conventional and Advanced Imaging Techniques (Course RC805) (N229) CT (and MR Imaging) of Pancreatic Tumors (An Interactive Session) (Course RC816) (S402AB) Current Perspectives in Pediatric Oncology (Course RC813) (N226) Imaging of Complications of Cancer and Its Therapy (Course RC818) (S401CD) Imaging of the Gallbladder and Biliary Tree (Course RC809) (N227) Minicourse: Image Optimization for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning: Brachytherapy, Image Registration, and Image Segmentation (Course RC822) (S404AB) 8:30-12:00 Multisession Course RSNA-NCI Interventional Oncology Series (S501AB) 10:30-12:00 Scientific Paper Sessions Chest (Digital Imaging) (E351) Gastrointestinal (Liver: Cirrhosis, Hepatocellular Carcinoma) (E450B) Gastrointestinal (MR: Miscellaneous, Liver) (E352) Genitourinary (Ultrasound ) (E353B) Vascular/Interventional (Nonvascular Intervention) (E451A) Education Exhibits Space No. Exhibit Title LL-MS2630 MR Imaging, CT, and PET in Patients with Cancer of Peritoneum and Abdominal Wall LL-MS2632 Use of Ultrasound and MR Imaging in Detecting and Characterizing Common and Uncommon Uro-Gynecological and Pelvic Floor Lesions LL-MS2633 Pelvic Neuropathies in Oncological Disease: A Multidisciplinary Approach to a Diagnostic Challenge. LL-MS2634 Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Diagnosis and Follow-up of Pelvic Tumors LL-MS2635 MRI Spectrum of Unusual Non-Gynaecologic Large Pelvic Masses
  10. 10. LL-MS2646 Spectrum of Epstein-Barr Virus Related Diseases: A Pictorial Review LL-MS2651 CT Perfusion in Oncology: Why, When, and How? LL-MS2652 Multimode Radiological and Nuclear Medicine Approach to Cutaneous Melanoma: From Primary Tumor to Distant Metastases LL-MS2653 Radiological Features of Metastatic Malignant Melanoma Revisited LL-MS2654 Contrast-enhanced Sonography (CEUS) Assessment of Abdominal and Superficial Location of Lymphomas LL-MS2655 Which Way Did It Go? Imaging Features of Thoracic Metastases with an Emphasis on Metastatic Pathways LL-MS2656 A Review of the Imaging Appearances of Intra-Abdominal Liposarcomas and the Relationship to Grade of Disease LL-MS2657 Maltoma: The Forgotten Oma LL-MS2658 Whole Body Diffusion Imaging for Malignant Lymphoma as Compared with Normal Control LL-MS3165 The Imaging Characteristics of HHV-8 Associated Tumours LL-MS3167 Virtual PET-MRI (High b-value Diffusion- weighted MR Imaging) as Noninvasive Screening Imaging for Malignancies of Body: Two-year Experience LL-MS3179 Image Gallery of Phakomatoses: What’s Unusual and What’s Classic LL-MS3181 Angiosarcoma from Head to Toe with Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation LL-MS3182 Radiological Evaluation of Tumor Response to Treatment: “To Measure or Not to Measure, That Is the Question.” LL-MS3183 Value of High Frequency US and Color/Power Doppler for Detection of Locoregional Metastases of Superficial Melanoma LL-MS3184 Metastatic Malignant Melanoma: A Pictorial Review of CT Findings LL-MS3186 Neoplasms and Non-neoplastic Conditions of the Serosal Membranes Origin: CT Findings LL-NM2609 Spatial Distribution of Sentinel Lymph Nodes Displayed with 3-D Volume-rendering Multimodal Fused Images in Head and Neck Cutaneous Malignant Tumor LL-NM2610-L11 Lymphoscintigraphy: Reviewing the Unexpected
  11. 11. LL-NM2611 FDG-PET And FDG-PET MR Imaging Co- Registration in Brain Tumor Recurrence versus Radiation Changes LL-NM2612 Head and Neck Cancer: The Role of 18- fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography (FDG PET) CT in Identification of Unknown Primary Tumours and in Subsequent Patient Management. LL-NM2615 PET First: Malignant Lymphoma LL-NM2616 Use of PET Scanning in Post-transplant Lympho-Proliferative Disorder (PTLD) in Renal Transplant Patients LL-NM2617 The Use and Limitations of 18- fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography (FDG PET) CT Imaging of Lymphoma LL-NM2619 FDG-PET/CT (Fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography) for Planning of Radiation Therapy LL-NM2620 Imaging of Gynecologic Malignancies with FDG PET–CT: Case Examples—Physiologic Activity and Pitfalls LL-NM2621 Role of Enhanced CT in Hybrid PET/CT for the Detection of non FDG-Avid Abdominal Malignant Tumors and Characterization of Inflammatory or Physiologic FDG Hyperactivity LL-NM2622 The Value of PET/CT in Bony Metastatic Disease LL-NM2623 18-Fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography (FDG PET) CT Imaging in the Assessment of a Range of Sarcomas: The Uses and Pitfalls LL-NM2627-H11 Treatment of Thyroid Cancer with Radioactive Iodine, Emerging New Concepts, Controversies, and Changes in Clinical Practice LL-NM3141 FDG PET/CT in Thoracic Esophageal and Esophago-Gastric (EG) Junction Carcinoma: A Pictorial Review of Current Status LL-NM3144-H SPECT/CT Imaging: Clinical Utility of an Emerging Technology LL-NM3146 Functional Anatomic Image Fusion for Somatostatin Receptor Positive Neuroendocrine Tumours LL-NM3150 Utilization of Oral Negative Contrast Agent in PET-CT Imaging LL-NM3151 Pictorial Review: PET/CT in the Planning and Assessment of Treatment Response of Radiofrequency Ablation Performed by CT Guidance
  12. 12. LL-RO4907-H11 Nodal Topography and Vascular Anatomy for the Radiotherapy Treatment Planning of Pelvic Malignancies: A Three-dimensional Radiotherapy Treatment Planning Atlas Based Upon the Visible Human Male and Female Datasets LL-RO4908 Anatomical Cervical CT Atlas for Radiotherapy: A Teaching Model of Lymph Node Levels for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment LL-RO4909-B11 The Emerging Role of PET/CT in Radiation Treatment Planning in the Abdomen LL-RO5300 Four-dimensional Trajectory of Lung Tumors Using the 256-slice CT Scanner LL-RO5301 Interactive Guide to Imaging in Clinical Oncology LL-RO5302 Impact of FDG-PET/CT Fusion Imaging on Nodal Staging and Radiation Therapy Planning for Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma Scientific Posters Space No. Poster Title LL-NR4126-B02 Value of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Differentiation of Recurrent Brain Tumor from Radiation Necrosis LL-RO4313-B01 Fractionated Megavoltage GRID Therapy versus Conventional Radiotherapy for Treating Melanoma LL-RO4314-B02 Postoperative Interstitial Brachytherapy for Recurrent Keloid Scars: A Retrospective Study of 73 Cases LL-RO4315-B03 Variation in Target Volume in HDR Interstitial Breast Implants as Measured by Conventional Film-based and CT-based Planning Systems LL-RO4316-B04 Dosimetric Effect of Multileaf Collimator Leaf Transmission and Leaf Gap on Dynamic Multi-leaf Collimation IMRT Treatment Plans LL-RO4317-B05 Impact of N Stage as a Predictive Factor of Survival in Stage III Breast Cancer: Retrospective Study of 93 Patients from 1983 to 2002 LL-RO4318-B06 The Study of 1H-MRS on Cerebral Hyper Acute Injury Induced by Radiation after Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Radiotherapy LL-RO4319-B07 Long-term Outcome of Patients Treated with Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Brain Metastases Secondary to Malignant Melanoma or Renal Cell Carcinoma
  13. 13. LL-RO4320-B08 Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Radiotherapy for the Treatment of Patients with Multiple Brain Metastases from Lung Cancer LL-RO4321-B09 A Differential (d) Whole Brain IMRT for Hopelessly Untreatable Multiple Large Brain Metastasis LL-RO4322-B10 Clinical Manifestations of Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma with Hepatitis C- Virus Infection Treated with Chemo- Radiotherapy LL-RO4323-D01 3-D Conformal Radiotherapy Provides Superior Treatment in Comparison to Traditional AP-PA Beam Arrangements for the Adjuvant Treatment of Gastric Cancer LL-RO4324-D02 Adjuvant Chemoradiation in Gastric Cancer LL-RO4325-D03 Proton Radiotherapy for Patients with Prostate Cancer 4-year Experiences In HIBMC and Perspectives of Laser Ion Accelerators LL-RO4326-D04 Treating Physician Is the Most Important Predictor of Acute Genitourinary Toxicity in Men with Low and Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer Treated by IMRT LL-RO4327-D05 Dosimetric Evaluation and Organ Sparing Using Sliding Window IMRT Technique for Localized High Risk Prostate Cancer LL-RO4328-D06 Soy Isoflavones and Lycopene in the Treatment of Recurrent Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer LL-RO4329-D07 Outcome of Patients with Localized Prostate Cancer and a PSA Level 4 ng/ml Treated with Neutron and Photon Irradiation LL-RO4330-D08 Long-term Toxicity Evaluation after Permanent Prostate Brachytherapy Monotherapy LL-RO4331-D09 Early Observed Transient Prostate-Specific Antigen Elevations on a Pilot Study of External Beam Radiation Therapy and MRI-guided High Dose Rate Brachytherapy Boost LL-RO4332-D10 The Lack of Benefit Using Concurrent Androgen Ablation for Patients with Low Risk Prostate Cancer Undergoing Prostate Brachytherapy LL-RO4333-H01 Investigation into the Mechanism of Temporary Elevation of Prostate Specific Antigen Levels: Weekly Measurement of PSA Levels and Serum Cytokine Profiles during Radical Radiotherapy in Patients with Localized Prostate Cancer LL-RO4334-H02 Variability of Total Prostate Dosimetry in Patients Undergoing Brachytherapy Based Upon Pre versus Intraoperative Treatment Plans
  14. 14. LL-RO4335-H03 A Simple Method to Reduce Organ Motion in Prostate Cancer Use by Quantification of Interfration Motion of the Gland LL-RO4336-H04 Correlation of the Postoperative Day-1 and Day-28 Computed Tomography-based Dosimetry Following Permanent Prostate Implants LL-RO4337-H05 Prediction of Advanced Cervical Cancers after Thermoradiotherapy according to Expression Profiles Selected by Microarray Analysis LL-RO4339-H07 The Underestimation of Rectal and Bladder Doses in Intracavitary Brachytherapy in the Treatment of Cervical Cancer LL-RO4340-H08 Radiation Therapy for Locally Advanced Hypopharyngeal Cancer: Impact of Shortening Overall Treatment Time by Accelerated Hyperfractionation on Prognosis LL-RO4341-H09 Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) in Patients with Carcinomas of the Paranasal Sinuses: Clinical Benefit for Complex Shaped Target Volumes LL-RO4342-H10 Acute Toxicity Following Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy for Non-small Cell Lung Cancer LL-RO4343-L01 Evaluation of Hypofractionated Radiotherapy in Advanced Non-small Cell Lung Cancer LL-RO4344-L02 Elective Irradiation of High Risk Nodal Groups Only for Treatment of Stage IIIa NSCLC Patients LL-RO4345-L03 High Dose Thoracic Radiation Therapy Using 3 Gy/ Fraction in Inoperable Stage I/II Non- small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) LL-RO4346-L04 Feasibility Study of Linac-based Intensity Modulated Total Marrow Irradiation (IM-TMI) LL-RO4347-L05 Prospective Patient Related Quality Assurance (QA) Indicators to Detect Treatment Errors and Potential Overdose in Radiotherapy LL-RO4348-L06 Impact of Late Toxicities on Health-related Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors LL-RO4349-L07 Adjustment to Survivorship in Prostate Cancer Patients: A Prospective Study LL-RO4350-L08 Cost Benefits of Using Advanced Technologies in Radiotherapy: Results of Single and Multi- center Studies LL-RO4351-L09 Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy Compared to 3D Conformal Tumor-bed Boost for Average Risk Medulloblastoma Patients
  15. 15. LL-RO4352-L10 The Evaluation of the Effect of Total Body Irradiation on Clotting System LL-RO4353-L11 Intraoperative Extracorporeal Irradiation of Involved Bone for the Treatment of Musculoskeletal Tumors LL-US2117-D01 Elastographic Imaging of Radiofrequency Ablation-induced Lesions of the Kidney Informatics Special Events Space No. Exhibit Title LL-IN1404-6A Imaging Response Assessment Teams (IRAT) in Cancer Centers LL-IN1404-7 NCIA (National Cancer Imaging Archive)

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