Atlas Based Segmentation for Radiotherapy Clinical Trials

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It is well acknowledged that the 'weakest link' in radiotherapy is defining radiotherapy treatment volumes and regions to be avoided (contouring). There is no current methodology for assessing and improving contouring consistency except in clinical trials where manual review of contours and associated radiation dose distributions occurs in a limited fashion. QA is required for individual clinical trial patients to ensure the best outcome as well as ensuring correct trial results. Manual testing is time consuming, resource intensive, expensive and for advanced treatments unachievable in a timely fashion. We will assess a novel approach for automated trial QA. NHMRC Project 1077788.

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Supervisory team
Lois
Holloway

Medicine
South Western Sydney Clinical School
Michael
Jameson

Medicine
South Western Sydney Clinical School
Jason
Dowling

Medicine
South Western Clinical School
lois.holloway@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

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