Deep Learning for Online Adaptive Radiotherapy
- M.S.E. Elmahdy
- Tuesday 15 March 2022
2311 GJ Leiden
- Prof. U.A. van der Heide
- Prof. B.P.F. Lelieveldt
Adapting a radiotherapy treatment plan to the daily anatomy is a crucial task to ensure adequate irradiation of the target without unnecessary exposure of healthy tissue. This adaptation can be performed by automatically generating contours of the daily anatomy together with fast re-optimization of the treatment plan. These measures can compensate for the daily variation and ensure the delivery of the prescribed dose distribution at small margins and high robustness settings. In this thesis, we focused on developing a deep learning-based methodology for automatic contouring for real-time adaptive radiotherapy either guided by CT or MR imaging modalities.
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