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DOSEPEDIA CARE PACKAGE

Thank you to everyone for the continued support for DOSEPEDIA. This care package consists of the following: a list of resources that those in the Medical Physics field may find helpful/interesting, a mini-FAQ, and three-2 Minute Tutorial Videos!…

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5 Minute Tutorials: Breast V105% Field-in-Field Planning

This method focuses on reducing the V105% and V108% while simultaneously reducing max point dose…

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-RESULTS- Poll: The Future of Treatment Planning

To view the data on a spreadsheet, use the following link: – To view the responses using Google Forms, send us an E-mail using the following link: –

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5 Minute Tutorials: Breast Electronic (Irregular Surface) Compensator Planning

The penetration depth may be arbitrarily set at 50% as manual fluence editing is required…

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Poll: The Future of Treatment Planning

This is a poll created to gauge the public’s perspective on the changes coming/expected to come to treatment planning.

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2 Minute Tutorials: VMAT Breast/CW with Flash with BOLUS Planning

An expansion of 1.5 CM + ‘bolus thickness’ anteriorly and laterally is used here for the chest…

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Radiation Oncology Workflow & Role of a Medical Dosimetrist

For current RadOnc professionals: It can be difficult and time consuming to explain to family members, friends, and even strangers what exactly you do. This video will quickly summarize the…

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10 FINAL Medical Physics Memes

10 FINAL Medical Physics Memes…

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5 Minute Tutorials: VMAT Breast/CW with Flash Planning

In External Beam Planning, right click on the CT to “copy & paste” the initial scan, and name…

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5 Minute Tutorials: Hippocampal Sparing Planning

Collimator angles of 85° and 95° are used as opposed to say 5° and 355° because the MLC leaves…

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AAMD 04/06/2019 – A Brachial Plexus Contouring Guide

This guide will involve three distinct steps which when completed and used in combination, will…

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2 Minute Tutorials: Wedge Pair Technique Planning

The wedge technique is most commonly utilized to alter the dose distribution to compensate for…