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ANALYSIS BY SYNTHESIS FOR ESTIMATION OF DOSE CALCULATION WITH gMOCREN AND GEANT4 IN MEDICAL IMAGE
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 Title & Authors
ANALYSIS BY SYNTHESIS FOR ESTIMATION OF DOSE CALCULATION WITH gMOCREN AND GEANT4 IN MEDICAL IMAGE
Lee, Jeong-Ok; Kang, Jeong-Ku; Kim, Jhin-Kee; Kim, Bu-Gil; Jeong, Dong-Hyeok;
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 Abstract
The use of GEANT4 simulation toolkit has increased in the radiation medical field for the design of treatment system and the calibration or validation of treatment plans. Moreover, it is used especially on calculating dose simulation using medical data for radiation therapy. However, using internal visualization tool of GEANT4 detector constructions on expressing dose result has deficiencies because it cannot display isodose line. No one has attempted to use this code to a real patient's data. Therefore, to complement this problem, using the result of gMocren that is a three-dimensional volume-visualizing tool, we tried to display a simulated dose distribution and isodose line on medical image. In addition, we have compared cross-validation on the result of gMocren and GEANT4 simulation with commercial radiation treatment planning system. We have extracted the analyzed data of dose distribution, using real patient's medical image data with a program based on Monte Carlo simulation and visualization tool for radiation isodose mapping.
 Keywords
GEANT4;Radiotherapy;Isodose distribution;Medical image;
 Language
English
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