Intensity-modulated radiation therapy, or IMRT, is a type of cancer treatment that uses advanced computer programs to calculate and deliver radiation directly to cancer cells from different angles
Image-guided radiation therapy, or IGRT, is a type of cancer treatment that uses imaging technologies such as PET, MRI, and CT to more accurately and safely deliver radiation to cancer cells.
Stereotactic body radiation therapy, or SBRT, is a cancer treatment that delivers extremely precise, very intense doses of radiation to cancer cells while minimizing damage to healthy tissue
Stereotactic radiosurgery, or SRS, is a method for delivering radiation to brain tumors, which may be given in place of surgery.
RapidArc is an advanced technology we use in our system to deliver intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) with speed and precision. RapidArc shortens treatment times to one-half to one-eighth that of conventional radiation therapy.
We report the feasibility and treatment outcomes of image-guided three-dimensional conformal arc Radiotherapy,(3D-CART) using a C-arm linear accelerator with a computed tomography (CT) on-rail system for localized prostate cancer.