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Keywords: Radiation Risk
BReP-SNAP-T-78Impact of Enhanced CT-Based Heart Model On Estimating Radiation Therapy Related Late-Onset Cardiac Disease in the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study
S Shrestha1, 2*, Q Liu3, J Bates4, Y Yasui5, A Gupta1, 2, C Owens1, 2, S Smith1, R Weathers1, C Lee6, B Hoppe7, W Leisenring8, K Oeffinger9, L Constine10, D Mulrooney5, G Armstrong5, R Howell1, 2, (1) MD Anderson Cancer Center, TX (2) UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, TX (3) University Of Alberta, Canada (4) University Of Florida, FL (5) St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, TN (6) National Cancer Institute, MD (7) Mayo Clinic, FL (8) Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, WA (9) Duke University, NC (10) University of Rochester Medical Center, NY
PO-GeP-I-51Clinical Decision Making in CT: Risk Assessment Comparison Across 12 Risk Metrics in Patient Populations
F Ria*, W Fu, J Hoye, P Segars, A Kapadia, E Samei, RAI Labs, Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
PO-GeP-I-165Pediatric CT Radiation Exposure: Where We Were, and Where We Are Now
A Mustafa*, T Goodman, E Rowe, Yale University School of Medicine/YNHH Radiology, New Haven, CT
PO-GeP-I-183Radiation Risk Assessment of Using Gold Nanoparticles as Contrast Agent in Image-Guided Radiotherapy: A Monte Carlo Study
J Chow1*, D Mututantri-bastiyange2, (1) Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, ON, CA, (2) Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, CA
PO-GeP-T-46A Novel Framework for An In-Room Collision Monitoring System During Radiotherapy Treatment Delivery
Z Saleh1,2*, J Patrick1,2, M Schwer1,2, U Langner1,2, R Munbodh1,2, J Brindle1,2, D Wazer1,2, E Klein1,2, (1) Rhode Island Hospital (2) Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI
PO-GeP-T-389Estimation of Neutron RBE for Mutagenesis by Simulating Clustered DNA Damage
L Montgomery1*, A Landry2, CM Lund1, J Kildea1, (1) McGill University, Montreal, QC, CA, (2) Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, CA
PO-GeP-T-819Update On a Dose Reconstruction Effort for a Large-Scale Retrospective Epidemiological Study of Late Health Effects Following Radiotherapy Within the National Wilms Tumor Study
M Mille1*, M Pauliah2, J Jung3, M Gopalakrishnan2, J Kalapurakal2, C Lee1, (1) National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, (2) Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, (3) East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC
SU-B-TRACK 1-5(Un)Likelihood of Skin Injury When Substantial Radiation Doses Are Exceeded
M Vanderhoek*, C Morrison, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
TU-CD-TRACK 2-3Radiomic Prediction of Radiation Pneumonitis On Pretreatment Planning CT Images of Lung Cancer Patients Receiving Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy
T Hirose1*, H Arimura2, K Ninomiya2, T Yoshitake2, J Fukunaga1, Y Shioyama2, (1)Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, FukuokaJP,(2)Kyushu University, Fukuoka, FukuokaJP,
WE-A-TRACK 3-1A New Method for Rapid Reconstruction of Patient Neutron Dose in Pencil Beam Scanning Proton Treatment
Y Yeom1*, K Griffin1, M Mille1, J Jung2, C Lee3, C Lee1, (1) National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, (2) East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC, (3) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI