Background and purpose: To evaluate the performance of ten different treatment-planning systems when intensity modulated (IMRT) plans are designed for breast treatments that include the irradiation of the internal mammary chain. Patients and methods: A dataset of five patients (CT images and volumes of interest) was distributed to design IMRT plans on the ten systems. To minimise biases, the same geometry and clinical planning aims were imposed on the individual plans. Results were analysed in terms of dose distributions and dose volume histograms. Results and conclusions: For target coverage, the volume receiving more than 95% of the prescribed dose ranged from 77% (OTP) to 91% (Eclipse and Pinnacle), the volume receiving more than 107% ranged from 3.3% (Hyperion) to 23.2% (OTP). The mean dose to ipsilateral lung ranged from 13 Gy (Eclipse) to 18 Gy (OTP). The volume of the contralateral breast receiving more than 10 Gy ranged from 3% (Pinnacle) to 26% (Precise). The volume of heart receiving more than 20 Gy ranged from 7% (Eclipse) to 47% (Precise), the maximum significant dose to heart ranged from similar to 27 Gy (XiO) to similar to 49 Gy (Precise). The maximum significant dose to healthy tissue ranged from similar to 51 Gy (Eclipse) to similar to 62 Gy (OTP). It was also possible to show that the treatment geometry proposed here enables to minimise contralateral breast irradiation while keeping minimal ipsilateral lung (or heart) involvement and satisfactory target coverage. (C) 2005 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

IMRT for breast. A planning study / Fogliata, A; Nicolini, G; Alber, M; Asell, M; Dobler, B; El-Haddad, M; Hardemark, B; Jelen, U; Kania, A; Larsson, M; Lohr, F; Munger, T; Negri, E; Rodrigues, C; Cozzi, L. - In: RADIOTHERAPY AND ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 0167-8140. - 76:3(2005), pp. 300-310. [10.1016/j.radonc.2005.08.004]

IMRT for breast. A planning study

Lohr F;
2005

Abstract

Background and purpose: To evaluate the performance of ten different treatment-planning systems when intensity modulated (IMRT) plans are designed for breast treatments that include the irradiation of the internal mammary chain. Patients and methods: A dataset of five patients (CT images and volumes of interest) was distributed to design IMRT plans on the ten systems. To minimise biases, the same geometry and clinical planning aims were imposed on the individual plans. Results were analysed in terms of dose distributions and dose volume histograms. Results and conclusions: For target coverage, the volume receiving more than 95% of the prescribed dose ranged from 77% (OTP) to 91% (Eclipse and Pinnacle), the volume receiving more than 107% ranged from 3.3% (Hyperion) to 23.2% (OTP). The mean dose to ipsilateral lung ranged from 13 Gy (Eclipse) to 18 Gy (OTP). The volume of the contralateral breast receiving more than 10 Gy ranged from 3% (Pinnacle) to 26% (Precise). The volume of heart receiving more than 20 Gy ranged from 7% (Eclipse) to 47% (Precise), the maximum significant dose to heart ranged from similar to 27 Gy (XiO) to similar to 49 Gy (Precise). The maximum significant dose to healthy tissue ranged from similar to 51 Gy (Eclipse) to similar to 62 Gy (OTP). It was also possible to show that the treatment geometry proposed here enables to minimise contralateral breast irradiation while keeping minimal ipsilateral lung (or heart) involvement and satisfactory target coverage. (C) 2005 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
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IMRT for breast. A planning study / Fogliata, A; Nicolini, G; Alber, M; Asell, M; Dobler, B; El-Haddad, M; Hardemark, B; Jelen, U; Kania, A; Larsson, M; Lohr, F; Munger, T; Negri, E; Rodrigues, C; Cozzi, L. - In: RADIOTHERAPY AND ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 0167-8140. - 76:3(2005), pp. 300-310. [10.1016/j.radonc.2005.08.004]
Fogliata, A; Nicolini, G; Alber, M; Asell, M; Dobler, B; El-Haddad, M; Hardemark, B; Jelen, U; Kania, A; Larsson, M; Lohr, F; Munger, T; Negri, E; Rodrigues, C; Cozzi, L
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