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Keywords: quality control
BReP-SNAP-I-8B0 Variation From Ferromagnetic Gantry Rotation
H Gach*, A Curcuru, D Yang, O Green, S Mutic, T Kim, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
BReP-SNAP-I-18Electronic X-Ray Field Alignment Detection
E mckenzie1*, I Rutel2, (1) University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, (2) University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK
BReP-SNAP-I-30Investigation of the NPS as a Tool for Routine Quality Control of Digital X-Ray Systems
M Ghorbanzade*, I Elbakri, CancerCare Manitoba, Winnipeg, MBCA,
BReP-SNAP-M-14A Patient Risk Model to Determine the Optimal Frequency of Quality Control for Radiotherapy Machines
M Ma*, J Dai, National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing,100021,China
BReP-SNAP-M-132Robustness of Doppler Ultrasound Measurements: Impact of Acquisition Parameters On Peak Velocity
N Lafata*, M Russ, S Robertson, E Samei, Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
BReP-SNAP-M-134Segmentation of Invisible Target Volume with Estimated Uncertainties for Post-Operative Prostate Cancer Radiotherapy
A Balagopal*, D Nguyen, M Lin, H Morgan, N Desai, R Hannan, A Garant, Y Gonzalez, A Sadeghnejad Barkousaraie, S Jiang, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
BReP-SNAP-T-88In-House Automatic Radiation Oncology Physics Chart Check: Initial Experience
B Zhang1*, H Chen2, H Xu1, M Guerrero1, M Zakhary1, A Gopal1, S Chen1, B Yi1, (1) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD (2) Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, GA
BReP-SNAP-T-108ORBIT-RT: A Real-Time, Open Platform for Knowledge-Based Quality Control of Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
B Covele*, K Puri, K Kallis, K Moore, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA
PO-GeP-I-11A Multifunction Software Tool for ACR MRI QC Evaluation and Accreditation Program
J-X Wang*, W T Sobol, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
PO-GeP-I-37Automated ACR Image Analysis for MR Imaging for All Seven Tests
C Burton*, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
PO-GeP-I-38Automatic CT Air Bubble Artifact Detection in Routine QC Images
A Verones1,2*, S Wong3, J Cheung4, T Lee4, T Bjarnason1,5,6, (1) University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA, (2) Advanced Quality Systems, Inc., Vancouver, CA, (3) Tuen Mun Hospital, HK, (4) Prince of Wales Hospital, HK, (5) University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Kelowna, CA, (6) Interior Health, Kelowna, CA
PO-GeP-I-67CT Exam Alert Level Setting, Evaluation, and Case Examples
R Lamoureux*, D Sandoval, G Chambers, R Selwyn, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
PO-GeP-I-75Design and Fabricating Diagnostic X-Ray Spectrum Unfolding Systems Based On HPGe Detector and CR Film
A Mahjoob1, S Sina2*, R Faghihi1, (1)Nuclear Engineering department, School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran(2) Radiation Research Center, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
PO-GeP-I-159Optimization and Validation of An Automatic Noise Measurement Algorithm for Clinical CT Image Data
M Ahmad*, A Thomas, M Jacobsen, R Layman, K Brock, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
PO-GeP-I-216Toward Developing a Practical Approach for Evaluating CT Scanner Tube Current Modulation Performance
S Zhang*, J Provencher, R Subramaniam, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY
PO-GeP-I-226Using Slice Thickness Wire Pattern in ACR 464 CT Phantom to Study Effects of Reconstruction Algorithms On CTA Protocols
G Li1*, Y Liang2, (1) University of Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, (2) ,
PO-GeP-M-8A Data-Driven Analytical Framework to Track and Improve Clinical Workflow in Radiation Oncology
R Munbodh1*, K Leonard1, T Roth2, M Schwer1, J Brindle1, E Klein1, (1) Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI, (2) Clark Cancer Center, Cape Cod Healthcare, Falmouth, MA,
PO-GeP-M-75Automated Detection of Field Match Lines Between Supraclavicular and Tangent Irradiation Fields with Cherenkov Imaging
R Hachadorian1*, C Farwell2, M Jermyn2, D Gladstone1,3, L Jarvis3, B Pogue1,2,3, (1) Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (2) DoseOptics LLC, Lebanon, NH, (3) Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med. Ctr., Lebanon, NH.
PO-GeP-M-85Benchmarking the Plan Review Performance of a Commercial Automation Tool and a Dynamic Checklist Technology Using TG-275 High Risk Failure Modes
J Hoisak*, R Manger, G Kim, I Dragojevic, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA
PO-GeP-M-194Evaluating the Clinical Utility of Cherenkov Imaging in Radiotherapy
R Hachadorian1*, D Alexander1, I Tendler1, M Jermyn1,2, B Pogue1,2,3, L Jarvis3, (1) Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (2) DoseOptics LLC, Lebanon, NH, (3) Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med. Ctr., Lebanon, NH
PO-GeP-M-250Implementation of Intelligent Dynamic Checklists to Improve Treatment Planning and Physics Plan Review
J Hoisak*, R Manger, I Dragojevic, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA
PO-GeP-M-402The Use of Image Reject Analysis to Improve Imaging Within a Radiation Therapy Department
L Buckley*, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON, CA
PO-GeP-P-11Luminance and Non-Uniformity Changes in Primary Monitors Over the 4-Year Period of QA Measurements
A Ruuge*, Y Erdi, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
PO-GeP-P-12Clinical Review of Radiography Reject and Repeat Rate Changes After Upgrading From CR to DR
R Fisher1*, (1) MetroHealth, Cleveland, OH
PO-GeP-P-21Automated Quality Control for ACR Compliance
M Christensen*, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 02114
PO-GeP-P-75Design and Implementation of Data Archiving System for Radiotherapy Treatment Plans
P Huang*, J Dai, National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing, 11CN,
PO-GeP-T-16A Cost-Effective Solution to Providing Bio-Positional Feedback To DIBH Patients Treated with Surface Guided Radiation Therapy
M Reyhan*, B Swann, K Greene, M McKenna, R Singh, N Yue, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ
PO-GeP-T-30A Low-Cost Perturbation Detection System for Surface Guided Radiation Therapy Cameras
J Patrick1,2*, Z Saleh1,2, U Langner1,2, C Collins1,2, J Brindle1,2, E Klein1,2, (1) Rhode Island Hospital (2) Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI
PO-GeP-T-57A Patient Timeout System (PTS) Utilizing Delivery System Relay Interlocks for Pre-Treatment Patient Verification
D Barbee*, NYU Langone Health, New York, NY
PO-GeP-T-62A Preliminary Study On Quality Control for Treatment Planning of Gamma Knife Radiosurgery for Vestibular Schwannoma
Z Tian*, T Wang, X Yang, D Giles, E Butker, M Walb, W Curran, S Kahn, T Liu, Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
PO-GeP-T-65A Risk Bias Weighted Approach to FMEA for An Adaptive Radiation Therapy Workflow
N Islam1*, R Lalonde1, S Jang1, M Huq1, (1) UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
PO-GeP-T-119Assessing Improvement in Setup Reproducibility for Head and Neck Patients Following 2 Cycles of Process Improvement
A Heikal*, B Aboughoche, M Brennan, H Warkentin, Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton, AB, Canada
PO-GeP-T-134Automated MLC QA Using XML Script and Developer Mode in TrueBeam
C Venencia1*, A Alarcon2, (1) Instituto Zunino, Cordoba, Cordoba, AR, (2) Instituto de Radioterapia, Cordoba, AR
PO-GeP-T-153Benchmarking DVH Prediction Uncertainty Between Different Knowledge-Based Models
B Covele*, K Moore, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA
PO-GeP-T-190Clinical Implementation of TG-218: Process-Based IMRT Analytics
B Granger1*, J McGlade1, F Mourtada1, (1) Christiana Care Hospital, Newark, DE
PO-GeP-T-442Failure Mode and Effects Analysis for PET Applications in Radiation Therapy Quality Management
A Rodrigues*, J O'Daniel, Y Mowery, F Yin, Y Cui, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
PO-GeP-T-699Reducing Treatment Table Position Overrides Through Basic Statistical Review and Scripting
J Ververs*, Y Xiong, T Jacobson, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, NC
PO-GeP-T-718Setting Table Coordinates Prior to Treatment Start Reduces Overrides and Increases Quality
J Donaghue1*, S Gajdos2, (1) Cleveland Clinc Fairview, Rocky River, OH, (2) Cleveland Clinic Akron General, Strongsville, OH
TH-C-TRACK 1-2Establishing Quality Control Action Limit for Spectral CT Imaging Using ACR CT Phantom and Longitudinal Measurements
X Duan*, Y Zhang, J Anderson, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
TU-B-TRACK 1-1Variations in Signal-To-Noise Characteristics of Tissue-Equivalent Attenuators for Automatic Exposure Control System Performance Evaluation in Mammography
C Morrison*, E Macdonald, N Bevins, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
TU-B-TRACK 1-7Interim Annual QC Test Results for a Tomography Screening Trial
A Maki*, M Yaffe, J Mainprize, G Mawdsley, O Alonzo-Proulx, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto, ON CA,
TU-D-TRACK 1-6Assessing Digital Image Receptor Performance Using the Noise-Response Method: A Feasibility Study for Routine Quality Control
G Fong*, K Wunderle, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH
WE-E-TRACK 4-0Current Status and Issues with Dental and Maxillofacial CBCT: Potential Methodologies for Quality Control and Management of This Technology
D Mihailidis1*, E Gingold2*, R Pizzutiello3*, (1) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, (2) Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, (3) Victor, NY
WE-E-TRACK 4-1Suggestions for testing evaluation of dental and maxillofacial CBCT
D Mihailidis1*, E Gingold2*, R Pizzutiello3*, (1) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, (2) Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, (3) Victor, NY
WE-E-TRACK 4-2Dose metrics and practical dose measurements for dental and maxillofacial CBCT
D Mihailidis1*, E Gingold2*, R Pizzutiello3*, (1) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, (2) Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, (3) Victor, NY
WE-E-TRACK 4-3Regulatory and Accreditation Considerations
D Mihailidis1*, E Gingold2*, R Pizzutiello3*, (1) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, (2) Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, (3) Victor, NY
WE-E-TRACK 5-0End to End (E2E) Testing in Radiation Therapy
L Schreiner1*, M Oldham2*, (1) Queen's University, Kingston, ON, CA, (2) Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
WE-E-TRACK 5-1Introduction to End-to-End (E2E) QA: Evidence of Its Benefits and Practical Considerations Implementing In-House E2E QA in the Clinic
L Schreiner1*, M Oldham2*, (1) Queen's University, Kingston, ON, CA, (2) Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
WE-E-TRACK 5-2Implementing clinical and pre-clinical E2E QA
L Schreiner1*, M Oldham2*, (1) Queen's University, Kingston, ON, CA, (2) Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC