Purpose: To determine the maximum tolerated radiation dose (MTD) of an integrated boost to the tumor subvolume infiltrating vessels, delivered simultaneously with radical dose to the whole tumor and concomitant capecitabine in patients with pretreated advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma. Methods and Materials: Patients with stage III or IV pancreatic adenocarcinoma without progressive disease after induction chemotherapy were eligible. Patients underwent simulated contrast-enhanced four-dimensional computed tomography and fluorodeoxyglucose-labeled positron emission tomography. Gross tumor volume 1 (GTV1), the tumor, and GTV2, the tumor subvolume 1 cm around the infiltrated vessels, were contoured. GTVs were fused to generate Internal Target Volume (ITV)1 and ITV2. Biological tumor volume (BTV) was fused with ITV1 to create the BTV+Internal Target Volume (ITV) 1. A margin of 5/5/7 mm (7 mm in cranium-caudal) was added to BTV+ITV1 and to ITV2 to create Planning Target Volume (PTV) 1 and PTV2, ...
Purpose: Four-dimensional cone beam computed tomography (4DCBCT) facilitates verification of lung tumor motion before each treatment fraction and enables accurate patient setup in lung stereotactic ablative body radiation therapy. This work aims to quantify the real-time motion represented in 4DCBCT, depending on the reconstruction algorithm and the respiratory signal utilized for reconstruction. Methods and Materials: Eight lung cancer patients were implanted with electromagnetic Calypso beacons in airways close to the tumor, enabling real-time motion measurements. 4DCBCT scans were reconstructed from projections for treatment setup CBCT for 1 to 2 fractions of 8 patients with the Feldkamp-Davis-Kress (FDK) algorithm or the prior image constrained compressed sensing (PICCS) method and internal real-time Calypso beacon trajectories or an external respiratory signal (bellows belt). The real-time beacon centroid (target) motion was compared with beacon centroid positions segmented in the 4DCBCT
In this paper, we propose a physics-based and physiology-based approach for modeling real-time deformations of 3-D high-resolution polygonal lung models obtained from high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) images of normal human subjects. The physics-based deformation operator is nonsymmetric, which accounts for the heterogeneous elastic properties of the lung tissue and spatial-dynamic flow properties of the air. An iterative approach is used to estimate the deformation with the deformation operator initialized based on the regional alveolar expandability, a key physiology-based parameter. The force applied on each surface node is based on the airflow pattern inside the lungs, which is known to be based on the orientation of the human subject. The validation of lung dynamics is done by resimulating the lung deformation and comparing it with HRCT data and computing force applied on each node derived from a 4-D HRCT dataset of a normal human subject using the proposed deformation operator and
MRI has superior soft-tissue definition compared with existing imaging modalities in radiation oncology; this has the added benefit of functional as well as anatomical imaging. This review aimed to evaluate the current use of MRI for lung cancer and identify the potential of a MRI protocol for lung radiotherapy (RT). 30 relevant studies were identified. Improvements in MRI technology have overcome some of the initial limitations of utilizing MRI for lung imaging. A number of commercially available and novel sequences have shown image quality to be adequate for the detection of pulmonary nodules with the potential for tumour delineation. Quantifying tumour motion is also feasible and may be more representative than that seen on four-dimensional CT. Functional MRI sequences have shown correlation with flu-deoxy-glucose positron emission tomography (FDG-PET) in identifying malignant involvement and treatment response. MRI can also be used as a measure of pulmonary function. While there are some limitations
TY - CHAP. T1 - Tumor motion ranges due to respiration and respiratory motion characteristics. AU - Dieterich, Sonja. AU - Suh, Yelin. PY - 2007. Y1 - 2007. N2 - Many soft-tissue tumors targeted with extracranial SRS move during respiration. New imaging technologies, motion compensation strategies, and treatment planning algorithms are being developed which enable tracking and treatment of moving tumors in real-time. For this chapter we reviewed the literature to determine known tumor motion amplitudes for lung, liver, and pancreas. Then we analyzed predicted tumor motion for 36 patients and 117 treatment fractions that were previously saved in CyberKnife® (Accuray Incorporated, Sunnyvale, CA) treatment logfiles. These represent 27 tumors in the lung (16 upper lung, 4 middle lung, 7 lower lung) and 9 pancreas patients. For each treatment, the location of the target at end inspiration and end expiration was determined in the patient coordinate system. The origin of the patient coordinate system ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Resolution enhancement of lung 4D-CT via group-sparsity. AU - Bhavsar, Arnav. AU - Wu, Guorong. AU - Lian, Jun. AU - Shen, Dinggang. PY - 2013/12/1. Y1 - 2013/12/1. N2 - Purpose: 4D-CT typically delivers more accurate information about anatomical structures in the lung, over 3D-CT, due to its ability to capture visual information of the lung motion across different respiratory phases. This helps to better determine the dose during radiation therapy for lung cancer. However, a critical concern with 4D-CT that substantially compromises this advantage is the low superior-inferior resolution due to less number of acquired slices, in order to control the CT radiation dose. To address this limitation, the authors propose an approach to reconstruct missing intermediate slices, so as to improve the superior-inferior resolution. Methods: In this method the authors exploit the observation that sampling information across respiratory phases in 4D-CT can be complimentary due to lung motion. ...
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The impact of breathing guidance and prospective gating during thoracic 4DCT imaging: An XCAT study utilizing lung cancer patient ...
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All patients underwent simulation computed tomography (CT) with immobilizing devices, such as, a whole-body vacuum lock or a stereotactic body frame, and an abdominal compressor for respiration control. A shallow breathing technique using Abches (APEX Medical Inc., Tokyo, Japan) was also applicable for patients who were intolerant to the body compressor. If the respiratory diaphragm moved over 1 cm vertically, the abdominal compressor or shallow breath technique using Abches were indicated for LINAC multiport group and intensity-modulated radiotheray (IMRT) group. All patients underwent four-dimensional CT (4D-CT) scans to track the movement of the target along the respiratory movement. For SABR, the gross tumor volume (GTV) was delineated in every phase of the 4D-CT images, and the PTV was defined as the internal gross tumor volume (iGTV) with a 5- to 10mm margin. In patients treated with CyberKnife (Accuray Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA), whole-body vacuum lock was used for the stability of ...
Purpose: The pleural volumes will deform during surgery portion of the pleural photodynamic therapy (PDT) of lung cancer when the pleural cavity is opened. This impact the delivered dose when using highly conformal treatment techniques. In this study, a finite element-based (FEM) deformable image registration is used to quantify the anatomical variation between the contours for the pleural cavities obtained in the operating room and those determined from pre-surgery computed tomography (CT) scans. Methods: An infrared camera-based navigation system (NDI) is used during PDT to track the anatomical changes and contour the lung and chest cavity. A series of CTs of the lungs, in the same patient, are also acquired before the surgery. The structure contour of lung and the CTs are processed and contoured in Matlab and MeshLab. Then, the contours are imported into COMSOL Multiphysics 5.0, where the FEM-based deformable image registration is obtained using the deformed mesh - moving mesh (ALE) model. ...
Purpose This study was designed to assess the dose accumulation (DA) of bladder and rectum between brachytherapy fractions using hybrid-based deformable image registration (DIR) and compare it with the simple summation (SS) approach of GEC-ESTRO in cervical cancer patients. Material and...
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DISCUSSION. 3D-CT volume-rendered images are important tools for pre- and post-surgical examinations of head and neck tumors, and they allow comparisons between the clinical conditions of lesions in different periods, during the follow-up of treatments1,2,3,10,13. Udupa et al.17 (1991) stated that 3D-CT volume-rendered images resulting from appropriate data processing would enable observations equivalent to those obtained by means of the surface method. Based on our results we think that recent developments of new graphic computational devices aroused a growing interest for further utilization of 3D-CT images. This perception aroused the proposal of comparing the precision and validity of both techniques of 3D-CT image rendering. The 3D volume method was a technical improvement of the 3D surface method, allowing the utilization of color and transparency resources, and a better visualization of anatomical structures. Udupa et al.17 (1991) highlighted the fact that not all of the voxels obtained ...
A hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, has initiated a clinical trial in which Calypso Medical Technologies Beacon transponders were implanted into the lung to track lung tumors and focus radiotherapy on the moving tumors.
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Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 07:16:50 -0500 From: Fred L Johnson ,FLJohnson52 at nc.rr.com, Subject: Re: Yeast Performance / Aerobic propagation Steve presented a good outline of what it would take to propagate yeast in an aerobic respiratory phase. I especially appreciated Steves pointing out that more than the concentration glucose must be considered--something that was never mentioned in any discussions or readings I could find. (Steve: The yeast are not aerobically fermenting unless they are producing ethanol, rather aerobic respiration is the goal, but it was clear what you were describing.) I played around with aerobic yeast propagation for a couple of years. One way to do this is to begin the propagation in a small volume of standard wort with aeration, allow the yeast to completely ferment the sugars in this wort and then continuously pump in a concentrated and fortified wort (or other synthetic medium) to this culture so that the fermentable sugars in the wort are consumed at roughly the ...
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A system adapted to control the operation of a fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy device provided with a syringe to which is transferred a tissue sample extracted from an internal target in the body of a patient in which the needle is injected. Associated with this biopsy device is an ultrasound imaging instrument having a transducer placed on a body site overlying the internal target and coupled to a CRT monitor. The needle is injected into the patient through a guide passage in the transducer, hence displayed on the CRT screen is an image of the internal target and that of the advancing needle. The biopsy device is controlled by a pneumatic or motor-driven mechanism operatively coupled to a guide tube through which the needle extends, For a first phase of an operating cycle, the mechanism advances the needle toward the target to extract a tissue sample therefrom. In a second operating phase, the mechanism acts to retract the tissue loaded needle from the body of the patient. And in the final
In this work, a comparative analysis of optical (OTS) and electromagnetic (EM) tracking systems for monitoring respiratory motion in image-guided proton therapy has been reported. This has covered both the technical and clinical aspects of integrating such tracking technologies into the treatment process for 4D treatments on a PBS proton gantry.. A wide range of solutions for non-invasive monitoring are currently available, such as the Varian Real-time Position Management (RPM, Varian Medical Systems Inc., Salt Lake City, US) and the Anzai Respiratory Gating System (AZ-733 V, Anzai Medical Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan) to name the two most popular systems used for radiotherapy [31, 32]. Despite the use of calibration procedures however, it is often difficult to relate the load variation of the Anzai belt, or the laser sensor measurement, to the geometrical patient displacement in anatomical coordinates, making these solutions best suited for the detection of intra-fraction relative motions. Although ...
Differences between IG using 4D-CBCT as gold standard and the two IG techniques using 3D-CBCT were 3.6 mm (IG-3D) and 1.9 mm (IG-ITV) on average. These uncertainties of 3D CBCT IG appear especially large when compared to the average base-line shift of 4.9 mm in our study, the reason for performing soft-tissue IG. Korreman et al. estimated the residual uncertainty of the IG procedure to 20 % of the initial motion [5], which is optimistic based on our results. Differences in the tumor position between 4D-CBCT and 3D-CBCT based IG increased with increasing motion magnitude of the pulmonary targets and increased with worse image quality scores of 3D-CBCT. These results clearly indicate that 3D-CBCT is not fully sufficient for full motion integration into IG.. This finding of improved accuracy using 4D-CBCT compared to 3D-CBCT is in contrast to the study by Hugo et al. [7], which could be explained by two reasons. First, our study is based on a larger number of patients and poor image quality of the ...
A method and device for controlling autonomic or sympathic nerve stimulation of the gastrointestinal tract. The method comprises selecting waveforms from a storage area that are representative of body organ function. The selected waveforms are then transmitted to a treatment member, which is in direct contact with the body or attached to internal targets, and which then broadcasts the waveforms to a specific body organ to modulate the body organ functioning. A control module is provided for transmission to the treatment member. The control module contains waveforms which are selected and transmitted to the treatment member, and computer storage can be provided for greater storage capacity and manipulation of the waveforms.
This course is a study of assurance procedures and radiation dosimetry in computed tomography. Special applications of computer tomography will be explored including interventional procedures, high speed CT scanning, three dimensional CT and multi-planar reformations. A review of special scanner features will also be covered in the course. This course provides the basic understanding of the inter-workings of a CT scanner, along with an in-depth look at the physics behind image generation, quality assurance procedures, radiation dosimeter, and image reformation.. RAD 121 Radiographic Physics (4-0-4 ...
The four dimensional computed tomography scanner (4D CT Scanner), is the next generation in medical imaging. It is faster and more accurate than traditional CT. With the 4D CT Scanner, in addition to obtaining a 3D image of the body, also the movement is recorded. The movement is registered throughout the breathing cycle, capturing the location [...]. ...
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閉$n$次元有向多様体$M$から$R^p$へのMorin写像と呼ばれるクラスの可微分写像の特異点集合は,$M$の部分多様体をなすことが知られている.この特異点集合の$k$重自己交差が定めるホモロジー類と,$M$から$R^{p+k-1}$へのgenericな写像の(Jacobianが)$k$階退化した特異点集合が定めるホモロジー類が,2を法として一致することを示す(ただし$n>p+k-2$).この事実自体はThom多項式等を用いる方法で間接的に示すことができると思われれるが,本講演では幾何的な直接の対応を与える.この証明の利点の1つは$M$が境界を持つ場合に拡張できることである.その応用として3次元多様体の接束の自明化(枠)の不変量である不足符号数と特異点を用いた解釈を与える.ただし,2を法にしている ...
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Recognition of motions and activities of objects in videos requires effective representations for analysis and matching of motion trajectories. In this paper, we introduce a new representation speciï¬ cally aimed at matching motion trajectories. We model a trajectory as a continuous dense flow ï¬ eld from a sparse set of vector sequences using Gaussian Process Regression. Furthermore, we introduce a random sampling strategy for learning stable classes of motions from limited data. Our representation allows for incrementally predicting possible paths and detecting anomalous events from online trajectories. This representation also supports matching of complex motions with acceleration changes and pauses or stops within a trajectory. We use the proposed approach for classifying and predicting motion trajectories in trafï¬ c monitoring domains and test on several data sets. We show that our approach works well on various types of complete and incomplete trajectories from a variety of ...
A method of temporally adaptive filtering of the frames of an image sequence is disclosed. To filter the kth frame, first, the motion trajectories that transverse the pixel locations at the kth frame are determined using a motion estimation algorithm. Motion trajectories pass through a predetermined number of frames neighboring the kth frame. Image values at the neighboring frames, along motion trajectories are then evaluated. Temporally adaptive linear minimum mean square error (LMMSE) estimates of the image values at the pixel locations of the kth frame are determined using the image values along the motion trajectories. These steps are repeated for each of the other frames of the image sequence.
|b|Problem statement:|/b| In this study, a new ANFIS-based adaptive filter is proposed to remove the non-linear artifacts from the respiratory signal measured using MEMS based accelerometer sensor. The data recorded from the abdomen movement includes the respiratory signal, electromyogram, 50Hz power line interference and the random electrode noise. In order to avoid convergence into local extremes, the system employs ANFIS method. |b|Approach:|/b| The proposed architecture is a combination of adaptive filter in which Least Mean Square and Recursive Least Square algorithms are employed and ANFIS, where ANFIS is recruited whenever the adaptive filter is suspected of reading a local extreme value. |b|Results:|/b| The results showed that the normalized LMS performs better when compared to other LMS algorithms with SNR improvement of 4.17 dB and MSE value of 0.062. RLS provides least MSE value or 0.015 but only with highest filter order. Quantitative analysis reveals that ANFIS out performs the normalized
Colibacilosis is a disease caused by the bacterium Escherichia coli. Some strains can be potentially pathogenic, favoring illnesses located and/or systemic, causing considerable economic damages for Brazilian poultry production. With the objective to determine the resistance front the antimicrobials for (E. coli) had been analyzed 115 isolated samples of poultry production, proceeding from three different origins: litter of poultry houses (34 samples), injuries of celulitis (48 samples) and injuries of poultry with respiratory signals (33 samples). The standards of the carried through antibiograms had followed normative available in the National Commitee of Laboratory Standards (NCCLS, 2003). It enters the isolated ones of birds with respiratory signals, was not observed resistance to antimicrobials: amoxicillin/ clavuanic acid; cefuroxime, ceftiofur and amikacyn, that is, three β- lactams and to the tested aminoglycosides. In the analysis statistics significant difference was evidenced enters ...
... solutions: Symmetry 4D volume imaging of moving tumor; Clarity intra-fraction monitoring for prostate; Active Breathing Coordinator
TY - JOUR. T1 - A new implementation for online calculation of manipulator Jacobian. AU - Chembrammel, Pramod. AU - Kesavadas, Thenkurussi. PY - 2019/2. Y1 - 2019/2. N2 - This paper describes a new implementation for calculating Jacobian and its time derivative for robot manipulators in real-time. The estimation of Jacobian is the key in the real-time implementation of kinematics and dynamics of complex planar or spatial robots with fixed as well as floating axes in which the Jacobian form changes with the structure. The proposed method is suitable for such implementations. The new method is based on matrix differential calculus. Unlike the conventional methods, which are based on screw theory, the Jacobian calculation in the proposed approach has been reduced to the inner product of two matrices. Use of the new method to derive linear and angular velocity parts of Jacobian and its time derivative is described in detail. We have demonstrated the method using a two-DOF spatial robot and a ...
PRIMARY OBJECTIVES:. I. Establish the technical feasibility of MRI for performing functional soft-tissue targeting of radiotherapy in the pelvis and thorax. (Group I) II. Acquire clinical MR imaging data to evaluate image quality tradeoffs and operational parameter settings. (Group I) III. Validate the selection of MRI technique factors by comparing visibility of soft tissue structures in MRIs, cone beam (CB)CTs and fan beam (FB)CTs of the same patient. (Group II) IV. Assess the feasibility of using deformable image registration to map contours from FBCT to MRI, CBCT to MRI, MRI to MRI and vice versa. (Group II) V. Compare morphologic and functional changes in target and normal structures, visualized on MRI, CBCT and FBCT images, in response to radiation therapy and identify opportunities for treatment adaptation. (Group II). OUTLINE:. Patients undergo MRI and FBCT at baseline, within the first 3 weeks of radiotherapy and between week 4 and 6 of radiotherapy. Patients with lung cancer may ...
Pillar II capital buffers include risks that are not sufficiently captured under Pillar I capital requirements taking into account institution-specific factors such as business model, activities, size, risk profile and risk appetite, and stress testing results. DTIs are responsible for developing and implementing internal capital targets and developing strategies to achieve those internal targets. OSFIs approach to assessing the adequacy of Pillar II capital buffers established by DTIs is outlined in guideline E-19 Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process and guideline E-18 Stress Testing.. Capital buffers are built-up during normal times to provide an institution with additional flexibility in times of stress. As noted in a statement by the Superintendent on April 3, 2020, regarding measures taken to support the resilience of financial institutions, OSFI considers that measured declines in bank capital ratios are acceptable in the current circumstances and entirely consistent with the ...
Banks are likely to face significant defaults in payment and miss internal targets as more and more states announce lockdowns in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, senior officials of a number of lenders said on Tuesday. Bankers are also expecting the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to come out with a forbearance package so that accounts are not classified as NPAs for the next
In this paper, we describe a computer program (RESP-24) specifically devised to assess the prevalence and characteristics of breathing disorders in ambulant chronic heart failure patients during the overall 24 h period. The system works on a single channel respiratory signal (RS) recorded through a Holter-like portable device. In the pre-processing stage RESP-24 removes noise, baseline drift and motion artefacts from the RS using a non-linear filter, enhances respiratory frequency components through high-pass filtering and derives an instantaneous tidal volume (ITV) signal. The core processing is devoted to the identification and classification of the breathing pattern into periodic breathing (PB), normal breathing or non-classifiable breathing using a 60 s segmentation, and to the identification and estimation of apnea and hypopnea events. Sustained episodes of PB are detected by cross analysis of both the spectral content and time behavior of the ITV signal. User-friendly interactive ...
0025] With reference to FIG. 3, in another embodiment of the optical sensing device 18 gear reduction is used to increase the resolution and tension. The tape 50 passes through the guides 54 and wraps around a smaller outside diameter portion 60 of a stepped spool 62 with a larger outside diameter portion configured with gear teeth 64. This spool 62 is tensioned with a torsion spring 46 or the like to retract the tape, but with little resistance to expansion that occurs during breathing. The gear teeth 64 of the spool 62 drive a geared smaller diameter portion of a second stepped gear 66. A larger outside diameter of the second stepped gear 66 is imprinted with a series of patterns 68 that allow the respiratory phase circuit or processor 28 to determine displacement and preferably also direction and speed. By using the principles of change or reduction gears, the speed of the pattern 68 and the number of pattern markings per unit of belt movement is greatly increased. This improves the ...
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FEV1 is largely used to evaluate the bronchodilators response in COPD patients, but under conditions that do not reflect the usual ventilatory constraints. In humans, tidal spontaneous ventilation (VE) exhibits breath-by-breath variability and features mathematical complexity that is compatible with a chaotic structure. Breath-by-breath variability and nonlinear complexity have already been shown to be reliable mathematical biomarkers to describe the ventilatory flow in COPD patients during resting spontaneous breathing (Respir Physiol Neurobiol 2013; 185: 477-80). The current work aims at evaluating the resting ventilatory flow by applying a new technique called "anharmonic morphological analysis of the respiratory signals" (AMARS) which produces objective, accurate and specific measures of the shape of the ventilatory flow.. 24 stable COPD patients were studied (16 males; 40-86 years old; FEV1 = 71±21% pred). Resting VE was recorded for 5-10 minutes before and after a short-acting inhaled ...
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Today I was interviewed by ITV news about the importance of early diagnosis of cancer. Im writing a blog on this subject as I have a lot to say about it. This is just a quick message to share the link and to also say that if you arent feeling right… Visit your Doctor and GET CHECKED OUT!. It costs nothing but your time and may help save your life like it helped save mine.. X. ...
Weve heard Apple is actively trying to court manufacturers to use a new "control out" API in order for third-party manufacturers to make accessories that are compatible with the new Apple TV OS and the upcoming "iTV." Its said that by using the API, it will be possible to control any connected components all from the Apple remote (and the Apple remote iOS app as well, were assuming). ...
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