Program

Scientific Programme

The theme for AOCMP-AMPICON2017 is Advances in Medical Physics: Shaping the future of Modern Healthcare. All other relevant and related topics shall be covered in the scientific sessions.

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17th Asia Oceania Congress of Medical Physics (AOCMP) and, 38th Annual Conference of Association of Medical Physicists of India (AMPICON) 2017 4th -7th November, 2017 Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Day 1: November 4th, 2017 (Saturday)

 

Day 1: 4th November, 2017

Time

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Registration

9.00AM-10.00AM

Inauguration of Conference

10.00AM-10.30AM

High Tea and Inauguration of Trade Exhibitions

 

Hall A (Main Hall)

Hall B (JMA Hall)

Hall C (Bangur Basement CT/MRI Wing)

10.30AM-1.00PM

Session I: Proton & Heavy ion Therapy

Session II: Modern Imaging

( Courtesy:Siemens Healthineers)

Session III: Symposium 1/ IOMP School (60min)

 

Chairpersons: Dr K Thayalan, Dr ApurbaKabasi

IS: Research lines in Proton Therapy

-Prof Alejandro Mazal, France

Chairpersons: Dr Hafiz M Zin, Dr Pratik Kumar

MST-1:Practical application of Moodle for e-learning courses in Medical Physics

-Dr. VassilkaTabakova, UK

 

I-1:Production of carbon ions for heavy ion radiotherapy

-Dr. Atsushi Kitagawa, Japan

I-4:Beginning of Computer-aided Diagnosis in Medical Imaging

-Prof. Kunio Doi, USA

Session IV: Symposium 2/  IOMP School (60min)

Leadership and Entrepreneurship

 

I-2:Introduction to Proton therapy

-Prof. Shigekazu Fukuda, Japan

I-6: What if Radiology was an art?

-Dr. Robin Decoster, Belgium

MST-2:Preparing Medical Physicists for future leadership roles

-Prof. Carmel J. Caruana, Malta

 

I-3:The present status of Boron Neutron Capture Therapy in Japan.

-Prof. Yoshinori Sakurai, Japan

O5-O9

MST-3:Leadership and Entrepreneurship: A Medical Physicist’s Perspective

-Dr. AK Rath, India

 

O1-O4

   

01.00PM-02.00PM

Lunch and Poster presentations

02.00PM-04.00PM

Session V: Medical Physics Education

Session VI: Symposium 3 ( 60min)

 

Session VIII: Symposium 5 (120min)

Affordable therapy technologies

 

Chairpersons: Dr R. Ravichandran, Dr CS Sureka

MST-4:The Evolving Posture Of Medical Physics As A -Profession: Medical Physics 3.0

-Prof. Mellisa Martin, USA

MST-6:The need for affordable technologies based on CMC, Vellore Experience

-Prof. Paul Ravindran, India

 

I-07: Codes of Conduct and Codes of Ethics in Medical Physics

-Dr. Howell Round, NZ

Session VII: Session VII: Symposium 4/  IOMP School(60min)

 

MST-7: Project Introduction and a Compensator based IMRT for cobalt and Linac

-Prof. GovindaRajan, India

 

I-08:Resources to run an RT Department – Staffing and Materials.

-Prof. Yakov Pipman, USA

MST-5:Future of medical physics and interaction with other science

-Prof. Kiyonari Inamura, Japan

MST-8:Principles of design for affordable technologies

-Prof. Eric Ford, USA

 

 

I-09: From IOMP to IMPCB – How a Decades Old Wish became Reality

-Prof. Raymond Wu, USA

 

MST-9: Cobalt treatments are still relevant in a LINACs world A MR guided Co 60 machine perspective.

-Dr. Lakshmi Santanam, USA

 

I-10: Education trends after the official recognition of medical physics occupation in ISCO08

-Prof. Slavik Tabakova, UK

 

MST-10:Programmatic Support for the develop of Indigenous technologies in cancer

-Dr.D N Badodkar, India

4.00PM-4.15PM

Tea Break

4.15PM-5.15PM

Session IX: Advanced Medical Research

Session X: Monte Carlo & Special Algorithms

Session XI: Symposium 6/ IOMP School(60min)

Latest CT Technologies in Japan

 

Chairpersons: Prof U Selvaraj, Dr Raju Srivastava

Chairpersons:Dr Raghuram Nair, Dr Ramesh Desai

MST-11: Latest performance evaluation of X-ray CT

Dr Katsumi Tsujioka, Japan

 

I-12: Recent developments on Magnetic nano particle and their application in magnetic hyperthermia for cancer therapy and Drug delivery.

-Dr. Ambesh Dixit, India

I-13:Implementing EGSnrc Monte Carlo in a clinical setup and its potential applications

-Prof. Paul Ravindran, India

 MST-12: Latest CT scanning  technologies in Japan

-Dr Koichi Sugisawa, Japan

   

O10-O12

 

5.15PM-6.00PM

Dr. Ramaiah Naidu Memorial Oration – Dr. PGG Kurup, India

                                                         Chairpersons : Prof.ArunChougule, President AMPI, Dr. V. Subramani, Secretary AMPI

6.00PM-7.00PM

Felicitation Programme

7.00PM onwards

Cultural Programme

9.00PM onwards

Dinner

 

Day 2: November 5th, 2017 (Sunday)
 

Day 2: 5th November 2017 [ Sunday]

 

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Session XII: CMPI Teaching Programme

TS1: Technology of Advanced Radiotherapy equipment including Ion beam therapy equipment -Dr. SD Sharma, India

TS2: IGRT: Determining setup margins and correction methods -Dr. T Ganesh, India

 

Hall A (Main Hall)

Hall B (JMA Hall)

Hall C (Bangur Basement CT/MRI Wing)

Hall D (Radiological Physics Department upstairs )

9.00AM-10.30AM

Session XIII: Electron Beam Therapy & Special Procedures

Session XIV: High-tech Radiotherapy: Challenges in the perspective of Radiation Oncologist, Medical Physicists and Radiotherapy technologists

Session XV: Symposium 7(90min)

Session XVI: Nuclear Medicine &

Radiobiology

 

Chairpersons: Dr D.K. Ray,  Dr Satish Pelagade

Chairpersons: Dr GV Giri, Dr Ramakrishna Rao, Dr Neeraj Jain

Radiation incidents and accidents in medicine

Chairpersons: Dr Kaliyappan P., Dr Aruna Kaushik

 

I-14: Clinical Electron Bram Dosimetry: Transition from AAPM TG-25 to AAPM TG-70.

-Dr. Dimitris Mihailidis, USA

I-17: Radiation Oncologist’s perspective.

-Dr. Nidhi Patni, India

MST-13:Incidents and accidents  in CT and interventional Radiology

-Dr. S D Sharma, India

I-21:Mitigation of consequential effects of Misadministration in Nuclear Medicine

-Prof. A K Shukla, India

 

I-15: New Approach to Managing Radiotherapy Patients with Cardiac Implanted Devices

(CIEDs): Modern Technology RT and CIEDs.

-Dr. Bipin Agarwal, USA

I-18: Medical Physicist’s perspective

-Dr. K. Krishna Murthy, India

MST-14: Incidents and accidents in Nuclear Medicine.

-Dr. Pankaj Tandon, India

O13-O17

 

I-16:Motion Management in Radiation Therapy

-Dr. Lakshmi Santhanam, USA

I-19:Radiation Technolgist’s perspective

-Rakesh Kaul, India

MST-15:Incidents and accidents in Radiotherapy

-Dr. G A Zakaria, Germany

 
   

I-20: MR Guided Adaptive RT

-Prof. Bhudatt Paliwal

   

10.30AM-11.00AM

Tea Break and Poster Presentations

11.00AM-2.00PM

Session XVII: Plenary Talk

Session XIX: Modern RT techniques & Planning-I

Session XX: Symposium 8 (60min )

Session XXII: Dosimetry & QA

 

I-22: Preparedness for Response to Radiological Emergencies

-Dr. KS Pradeepkumar, India

Chairpersons: Poopati V, Saji Oommen

I-5: Journey of Radiology in last over 120 years

-Dr SunitaPurohit, India

New Developments in Photon Brachytherapy

Chairpersons: Dr G Ramanathan, Dr G Sahni

 

Session XVIII: Brachytherapy

I-24:Image guided application in Medical Physics

-Prof. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea

MST-16:Dosimetric Challenges of Photon Brachytherapy in Terms of Absorbed Dose to Water

-Prof. G A Zakaria, Germany

I-27:In-vivo Dosimetry in Radiotherapy

Prof. M Ravikumar, India

 

Chairpersons: Dr KamleshPassi, Dr Arumugham Balraj

I-25:Do we need audit of Radiation Oncology facilities – internal or external or both?

RK Munjal, India

MST-17:New Developments in Image based Gynaecological Brachytherapy

-Dr. Hasin A Azhari, Bangladesh

O39-O51

 

I-23:Advances in Brachytherapy

-Dr. D D Deshpande, India

I-26:Management of CT image for obese patients in Radiotherapy treatment planning procedure

SN Sinha, India

Session XXI: Symposium 9(120Min)

 
 

O18-O28

O29-O32

Radionuclide Imaging

 
   

Panel Discussion Session (60min)

Topic: Selection of Particle Therapy Technology: Should be based on capital costs or clinical needs

Moderator: Prof Alejando Mazal

MST-18:Hybrid Imaging: Applications of PET-MRI in Neurodegenerative Disorders

-Dr. Nand K Relan, USA

 
   

Panelists:

PD1: Particle Therapy: Clinical Needs and Efficacy

Dr DN Sharma, India

MST-19:Importance of Quality Control in Nuclear Medicine

-Dr. SubhashKheruka, India

 
   

PD2: Multi-Room Proton Therapy Technology

Dr Rajesh A. Kinhikar, India

MST-20: Optimization of Radiation Safety and Exposures in Nuclear Medicine

-Dr. Pankaj Tandon, India

 
   

PD3: Compact Single Room Proton Therapy Facility

Dr V Subramani, India

MST-21:Role of Molecular Imaging in Oncology with special reference to radiation oncology

-Dr. J K Bhagat, India

 
   

PD4: Carbon Ion Therapy Technology

Dr Atsushi Kitagawa, Japan

   

02.00PM-02.30PM

Lunch Symposium sponsored by Varian Hall B (JMA Hall)

02.30PM-04.20PM

Session XXIII: Materials and equipment for Research in Medical Physics

Session XXIV: Modern RT techniques & Planning-II

Session XXVI: Symposium 11: (50min)

Radiobiophotonics & Normal Tissue Protection- A Firewall

Session XXVII: Small Field Dosimetry & Med Physics Educational

 

Chairpersons: Dr DS Dhote, Dr Daxa Patel

O33-O38

MST-23: -Dr. Rao V. L. Papineni, USA, Dr. Shahid Umar, USA.

Chairpersons: Mrs Saraswathi Chitra, Dr Dayananda S

 

I-28: Advances in medical physics and Phantom development: A parallel Path. A review from historical to Computational phantoms

-Prof. Franco Milano, Italy

Session XXV: Symposium 10 (50min)

I-11:Processing of Medical Image Using Lattice Boltzmann Method Case Study – Cerebral aneurysm segmentation

-Dr D Datta, India

O58-O68

 

I-29: Revolutionary Role of Nanotechnology in Health Care

Prof S H Pawar, IndiaSegmentation

MST-22:Physics of Medical Isotope Production

Prof R Chary, Canada

   
 

O52-O57

     

04.20PM-04.30PM

Tea break and poster presentations

04.30PM-6.00PM

Session XXVIII:

AMPI best paper award session

Chairpersons: Mr N Balasubramanian, Dr E Vardharajan

(BP1-BP9)

Session XXIX: Symposium 12 (60min )

 Challenges of Advanced Quality Assurance in Radiotherapy: Treatment Planning and Delivery System

Session XXX: Symposium 14 (90Min)

Current status of the breast cancer and importance of the mammographic screening and quality control of the mammography

 
   

MST-24:Moving from gamma passing rates to patient DVH based online plan verification

-Dr. Andreas Block, Germany

MST-26: Overview of the breast cancer and mammographic status in Asia and in Japan.

-Dr. Tokiko Endo, Japan

 
   

MST-25: Monte Carlo methods as :advanced quality assurance for special treatment situations

-Dr. Wolfgang Baus Germany

MST-27: The guideline of quality control for Screening mammography in Japan.

-Dr.Hiroko Nishide, Japan

 
     

MST-28: Vision for mammography in the digital era.

-Prof. Yoshie Kodera, Japan

 

7.00PM onwards

Banquet and Cultural Programme by AFOMP countries

 

Day 3: November 6th, 2017 (Monday)

 

Day 3: 6th November 2017 [ Monday]

Time

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Session XXXI:CMPI Teaching Session

TS3: Portal Dosimetry -Dr.Raghaven-Dr.a Holla, India

TS4: ICRU-89-Recent ICRU recommendation for Cervix Brachytherapy: -Dr. JamemaSwamidas, India

 

Hall A(Main Hall)

Hall B(JMA Hall)

9.00AM-10.30AM

Session XXXII: Radiobiology

 Chairpersons: Dr Bharanidharan Ganesan, Dr K R Muralidhar

Session XXXIV: Medical Physics Research& Biomedical Engg.-I

Chairpersons: Dr Brindha Subramanian, Dr. Kanchan Adhikari, Nepal

 

I-30:Grid radiotherapy and its abs copal Effect: Radiation induced immunogenic response with immunotherapy

-Dr. TS Kehwar, USA

I-32:Data Mining for Radiomics

-Prof. Hidetaka Arimura, Japan

 

 

I-31:Results of the latest WHO BSS Workshop

-Dr. Magdalena Stoeva, Bulgaria

I-33:FDG PET/CT simulation for radiotherapy planning

-Dr.Kohei Hanoka, Japan

 

Session XXXIII:Symposium 15 (40min)

 

I-34:4D in-silico stochastic spatio temporal model of tumor growth with angiogenesis

-Dr. Eva Bezak, Australia

 

MST-29: New Aspects of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology and Imaging

-Prof. G A Zakaria, Germany

O69

 

MST-30:Monte Carlo methods as advanced quality assurance for special treatment situations

-Dr. Wolfgang Baus, Germany

 

10.30AM-11.00AM

Tea Break

11.00AM-01.30PM

Session XXXV: Trade Session

Chairpersons: Dr TS Elias, Dr Pramod K Sharma

Session XXXVI: Medical Physics Research & Biomedical Engg.-II

Chairpersons: Prof S Sowmya Narayanan, Dr Sudesh Deshpande

 

T1:Uncertainties in CTDI measurements on Axial Scans

Mr Erik Wikstrom, Bergen India

I-35:Development of video based mechanical quality assurance system for medical linear accelerator

-Dr. Youngyih Han, SKorea

 

T2:Trade talk by Panacea expert

T3:Trade talk by Siemens expert

I-36:Medical applications of 3D printing

-Dr. Ramani Ramaseshan, Canada

 

 

T1-T7

 I-37: LA technology improves patients care-on 6 high theory

Dr Yimin Hu, Republic of China

01.30PM-02.00PM

Lunch

02.00PM-04.00PM

Session XXXVII: AOCMP Best Paper Award Session

Session XXXVIII: Symposium 15/ IOMP School (120Min)

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Tae Suk Suh, Dr. Howell Round 

The mini-symposium on DRLs

 

12 PAPERS (AB1-AB12)

MST-31:Establishing and monitoring DRLs

-MPS Mann, India

 

 

MST-32:The current situation of dose and DRLs for radiographic- and fluoroscopic examinations

-Satish Uniyal, India

 

 

MST-33:Radiation dose and DRLs for CT scanners in India

-Dr. Roshan Livingstone, India

4.00PM-4.15PM

Tea Break

04.15PM-5.45PM

Session XXXIX: Symposium 16/ IOMP School (90Min)

 

Session XXXX: Symposium 17 (90Min)

 

MDCT: Physics and Dosimetry

 

Medical Physics Training and Education Collaboration among both Regional Organizations

 

MST-34: Physics and basic technology of CT

-Dr. Mahadevappa Mahesh, USA

MST-37: Advances of Radiation Therapy Treatment in MEFOMP Countries:

-Dr. Rabih Hammoud, Qatar

 

 

MST-35: CT dosimetry

-Dr.AjaiSrivastva, India

MST-38: The Perspective in Development of Medical Physics in AFOMP Region

-Dr. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea

 

 

MST-36: Techniques for dose optimization in CT

-Dr. Roshan Livingstone, India

MST-39: Medical Physics Education and Training in MEFOMP Countries:

Dr Ibrahim Duhaini, Lebanon

 

 

MST-40: Radiation Safety and Regulatory Authorities in MEFOMP:

 -Dr. Laila Al Baloushi, UAE

 

 

MST-41: A Brief History of Medical Physics in Asia-Oceania:

 -Dr. Howell Round, NZ

 

 

MST-42: The Status of Education and Training of Medical Physicists in the AFOMP Region:

-Dr.Kwan Hoong Ng, Malaysia

5.45PM onwards

AMPI GBM

Session XXXXI: Medical Physics Quiz

Conducted by: Mrs Deboleena Mukherjee, Dr Jamema S, Mrs Kalpana Thakur

8.00PM onwards

Dinner

 

Day 4: November 7th, 2017 (Tuesday)

Time

Programme

 

Hall A (Main Hall)

09.00AM-09.30AM

IDMP INAUGURATION

09.30AM-10.40AM

SESSION1:MEDICAL PHYSICS EDUCATION

Chairpersons : Dr J Velmurugan, Dr K Muthuvelu

09.30AM-10.00AM

History of Medical Physics – a new IOMP project

Dr. Slavik Tabakov, UK

10.00AM-10.20AM

Medical Physics Education & Profession Perspective in AFOMP Region

Dr. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea

10.20AM-10.40AM

Medical Physics  perspective: INDIAN SCENARIO

Dr. S D Sharma, India

10.40AM-11.15AM

Flagging off of IDMP Rally and High Tea

11.15AM-01.30PM

SESSION2:FEMALE MEDICAL PHYSICIST: GLOBAL& REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Chairpersons: Dr S Sathiyan, Mrs Deboleena Mukherjee

11.15AM-11.30AM

Pioneer Women Medical Physicists from MEFOMP Countries

Dr. Huda Al Naemi, UAE

11.30AM-11.45AM

Medical Physicists Certification Process and Examination in the Middle East

Dr. Ibrahim Duhaini, Lebanon

11.45AM-11.55AM

MPW

Dr. Magdalena Stoeva, Bulgaria

12.00PM-1.30PM

SESSION 3: IOMP-IDMP PROGRAMME [ LIVE TELECAST]

12.00PM-12.05PM

Introductory talk on IDMP

Dr. Slavik Tabakov, UK  & Dr. John Damilakis, Greece

12.05PM-12.20PM

Medical Physics contributions to women’s health and radiation safety

Dr. H. Anupama Azhari, Bagladesh

12.20PM-12.35PM

IOMP Women survey data

Dr. Virginia Tsapaki, Greece

12.35PM-12.50PM

MP Education, Profession and as a Carrier for women in Bangladesh: Problems and Perspective

Ms. Kazi Towmim Afrin, Bangladesh

12.50PM-01.05PM

Women Medical Physicists: Current status in India

Dr. Shobha Jayaprakash, India

01.05PM-01.20PM

Women and men in the Australasian college of physical scientists and engineers in medicine : Workforce survey

Dr. Eva Bezak, Australia

01.20PM-1.30PM

DISCUSSION

01.30PM-02.30PM

Lunch

02.30PM-04.00PM

SESSION 4: RADIATION PROTECTION AND IMAGING OF WOMEN PATIENTS

Chairpersons: Dr Sushama P, Dr KM Ganesh

02.30PM-03.00PM

Radiation safety aspects pertaining to female patients and staff

Dr. Nidhi Patni, India

03.00PM-03.30PM

Dose management of pregnant patients in Radiology

Dr. John Damilakis, Greece

03.30PM-04.00PM

Segmentation of Breast Masses using active contour modeling

Dr. William Rae, South Africa

04.00PM-05.00PM

VALEDICTORY FUNCTION AND AWARD DISTRIBUTION

05.00PM-05.30PM

DUSK RELISH

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List of Oral Presentations

S No.

Title of the Oral Presentation

Presenting Author

Place

 

Session XXXVIII: AOCMP BEST PAPER AB1-AB12 (02.00PM- 04.00PM) Hall A November 6, 2017

AB 1

PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) BASED PROTON THERAPY PLANNING SYSTEM

YONG-JIN KIM

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 2

GPU-BASED FAST IMAGING TECHNIQUE DURING BORON NEUTRON CAPTURE THERAPY (BNCT): MONTE CARLOSIMULATION STUDY FOR S-PET OPERATION

HYE JEONG YANG

SOUTH KOREA

AB 3

TLD CORRECTION FACTORS FOR FIELD SIZES USED IN LUNG SBRT DOSIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS

R.C.X.SOH

SINGAPORE

AB 4

INVESTIGATION OF OPTIMAL SHUTTER SCAN ACQUISITION PARAMETERS IN DIGITAL TOMOSYNTHESIS SYSTEM

D. KIM

SOUTH KOREA

AB 5

STUDY OF FEASIBILITY OF USING A COMPLEMENTARY METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR BASED MOBILE PHONE CAMERA AS A RADIATION DOSIMETER

JOSMI JOSEPH

VELLORE, INDIA

 

AB 6

IMPROVING IMAGE QUALITY IN CONTRAST ENHANCED DUAL ENERGY MAMMOGRAPHY BY NOISE COMPENSATION TECHNIQUES

MINJAE LEE

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 7

MULTI-MODALITY IMAGE FUSION BASED ON IMPROVED FUZZY NEURAL NETWORK METHOD

Z. CHAO

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 8

ESTIMATION OF VIRTUAL SOURCE POSITION FOR ELECTRONS WITH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR FIELDS FROM A MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR

DOKE HANUMAN BAJIRAO

 

BANGALORE, INDIA

 

AB 9

DEVELOPMENT OF VOXEL BASED METHOD FOR EVALUATION OF THE RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT PLANS: A NOVEL APPROACH

GAGANPREET SINGH

 

CHANDIGARH, INDIA

 

AB 10

3D SILICON MICRODOSIMETRY FOR BORON NEUTRONCAPTURE THERAPY: A SIMULATION STUDY

NARORI HU

 

OSAKA, JAPAN

 

AB 11

PERIPHERAL DOSE MEASUREMENTS WITH FFF BEAMS FROM LINEAR ACCELERATOR AND TOMOTHERAPY FOR SBRT OF CA PROSTATE -PHANTOM STUDY

PRAGYA SHREE

 

MUMBAI, INDIA

 

AB 12

GPU-ACCELERATED 4D IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION USING ONBOARD KV CONE-BEAM CT (CBCT)

SUNGHOON CHOI

 

KOREA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session XXIX: AMPI BEST PAPER BP1-BP9 (04.30PM- 06.00PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

BP 1

APPLICATOR COMMISSIONING FOR IMAGE BASED BRACHYTHERAPY

SIJI NOJIN PAUL

MUMBAI, INDIA

 

BP 2

SECONDARY CANCER AND RADIOBIOLOGICAL RISK ESTIMATES FOR INSTITUTIONAL 3D CONFORMAL PLANNING METHOD:COMPARISONWITH TRADITIONAL GAP JUNCTION AND INVERSE IMRT PLANS OF PEDIATRIC MEDULLOBLASTOMA

A.HEMALATHA

BIKANER, INDIA

BP 3

RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF GEOMETRICAL INFORMATION ABOUT PAROTID AND PLANNING TARGET VOLUME TO PREDICT THE PAROTID MEAN DOSE TARGET VOLUME TO PREDICT THE PAROTID MEAN DOSE

AMIT NIRHALI

PUNE, INDIA

BP 4

PREDICTING THE IMPACTS OF DAILY TRANSLATIONAL COUCH SHIFTS ON DVH AND RADIO BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF VMAT PLANS USING CURVE FITTING METHOD

M.P. NOUFAL

CALICUT, INDIA

 

BP 5

STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF DWELL TIME DEVIATION CONSTRAINT (DTDC) ON IVERSE PLANNINGSIMULATED ANNEALING (IPSA) OPTIMISED PLANS OF INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY OFCANCER CERVIX

SAURABH ROY

NEW DELHI, INDIA

 

BP 6

VOLUME MIS-ESTIMATION BY CT SCAN: IMPORTANCE OF CT PERFORMANCE IN PRECISION LUNG CANCER RADIOTHERAPY

TEERTH RAJ VERMA

LUCKNOW, INDIA

 

BP 7

MONTE CARLO BASED CORRECTION FACTORS FOR SMALL FIELD DETECTORS

RENIL MON P S

KOCHI, INDIA

 

BP 8

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MATLAB SOFTWARE PROGRAM FOR REAL TIME AND POSITIONING MANAGEMENT (RPM) GATING GENERATED BREATHING TRACE

NAVEEN KUMAWAT

NEW DELHI, INDIA

 

BP 9

HIPPOCAMPAL SPARING WHOLE BRAIN RADIOTHERAPY: A PLANNING STUDY COMPARING COPLANAR AND NONCOPLANAR VMAT PLANS

C.A. MUTHUSELVI

BENGALURU, INDIA

 

Session I: O1-O4 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall A November 4, 2017

O-1

RADIATION SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF PROTON THERAPY FACILITY IN INDIA

G. SAHANI

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-2

EFFECT OF DELIVERABILITY CONSTRAINTS ON THE IMPT PLAN QUALITY

BOJARAJAN PERUMAL

BENGALURU, INDIA

O-3

RADIATION PROTECTION ASPECTS IN A MEDICAL CYCLOTRON FACILITY FOR PRODUCTION OF POSITRON EMITTERS

ARUNA KAUSHIK

DELHI, INDIA

O-4

SMALL PHOTON FIELD DOSIMETRY WITH RADIOCHROMIC FILM USING AN INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED PROGRAM

LALIT M AGGARWAL

VARANASI, INDIA

Session II: O5-O9 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall B November 4, 2017

O-5

DUAL-ENERGY HIGH-RATE X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNER USING A YAP-PHOTOMULTIPLIER DETECTOR

TSUKURU SATO

JAPAN

O-6

PRE-PROCESSING OF BREAST IMAGE FOR PERIPHERAL AREA CORRECTION

HYEMI KIM

KOREA

O-7

MAMMOGRAPHY IMAGING STUDY USING SYNCHROTRON

REENA SHARMA

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-8

TRIPLE-ENERGY HIGH-RATE X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHYSCANNER USING A CADMIUM TELLURIDE DETECTOR

EIICHI SATO

JAPAN

O-9

HIGH-SENSITIVITY NEAR-INFRARED-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNER

YUICHI SATO

JAPAN

Session X: O10-O12 (04.15PM- 5.15PM) Hall B November 4, 2017

O-10

HIGH RESOLUTION CT LUNG PATIENT SKIN DOSE MEASUREMENT USING METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (MOSFET)

A SARAVANA KUMAR

COIMBATORE, INDIA

O-11

KNOWLEDGE BASED PLANNING FOR STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY: STANDARDISATION OF VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY BASED FRAMELESS STEREOTACTIC TECHNIQUE USING A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ENSEMBLE MAPPING.

BIPLAB SARKAR

GURGAON, INDIA

O-12

MONTE CARLO MODELLING OF INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR

P. K. DIXIT

MUMABI,INDIA

Session XVI: O13-O17 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

O-13

IMPACT OF PRECLINICAL PET GEOMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT ON PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

KAJAL AGGARWAL

FRANCE

O-14

DEVELOPMENT OF F18-FDG PET/CT DATABASE OF LUNG MASSES FOR IMAGING RESEARCH

MUKESH KUMAR

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-15

OPTIMISATION OF THE MOVING AVERAGE FILTER PARAMETER FOR PROCESSING 99MTCMDP-BONE SCAN IMAGE

ANIL KUMAR PANDEY

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-16

RADIATION DOSE FROM 18F-FDG PET/CT PROCEDURES: INFLUENCE OF SPECIFIC CT MODEL AND PROTOCOLS

OLUWABAMISE ADELEYE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-17

ANALYSIS OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESS BY GENERATION OF THREE ALPHA PARTICLES INPROTON-BORON FUSION REACTION BASED ON MONTE CARLO SIMULATION CODE

SUNMI KIM

KOREA

 

Session XVII:O18-O28 (11AM- 1.00PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

   

O-18

COMMISSIONING AND VALIDATION OF COMMERCIAL DEFORMABLE IMAGE REGISTRATION SOFTWARE

JAMEMA SWAMIDAS

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-19

DEVELOPMENT OF REAL TIME ON-LINE QUALITY ASSURANCE DEVICE FOR AFTERLOADING H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY

S.SENTHILKUMAR

MADURAI, INDIA

O-20

DOSIMETRIC IMPACT OF TWO METHODS OF POINT A DEFINITION IN HIGH DOSE RATE INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY FOR CERVICAL CANCERS

ARPANA SIWACH

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-21

A SIMPLE NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR RING APPLICATOR CATHETERRECONSTRUCTION ON CT AND MRI 3D IMAGE BASED BRACHYTHERAPY PLANNING FOR CERVICAL CANCER.

DEVARAJU SAMPATHIRAO

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-22

CURRENT STATUS AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES OF SECONDARY CALIBRATION SYSTEM FOR RAKR OF 192IR H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY SOURCE IN JAPAN

S. KAWAMURA

JAPAN

O-23

ANALYSIS OF DOSES TO ORGANS AT RISK WHILE DEFINING THE POINT A FROM THE MANCHESTER SYSTEM AND THE ICRU 89 RECOMMENDATIONS

SIDONIA VALAS. X

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-24

3-DIMENSIONAL VERIFICATION OF PEAR-SHAPED DOSE DISTRIBUTIONS OF H-DR. INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY DELIVERIES USING NORMOXIC POLYMER GEL DOSIMETRY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN GEL DOSIMETRY AND TPS RESULTS.

DEVI NAND SINGH

KOLKATA, INDIA

O-25

MONTE CARLO STUDY OF WATER-EQUIVALENCE OF VARIOUS SOLID PHANTOM MATERIALS FOR 131CS, 125I AND 103PD LOW ENERGY BRACHYTHERAPY SOURCES

SUBHALAXMI MISHRA

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-26

VALIDATION OF HETEROGENEOUS ALGORITHM USING EBT2 STACK FILM WITH METAL AND SHIELDED APPLICATOR IN H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY

MOUROUGAN SINNATAMBY

PONDICHERRY, INDIA

O-27

RADIATION SHIELDING EVALUATION OF MODEL LAYOUT PLAN FOR REMOTE AFTERLOADING IRIDIUM / COBALT SOURCE BRACHYTHERAPY TREATMENT ROOM – THEORETICAL CALCULATION

MAHEN-DR.A MORE

SURAT, INDIA

O-28

PROBABILISTIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF REMOTE AFTERLOADING (RAL) HIGH DOSE RATE (H-DR.) BRACHYTHERAPY FACILITY

RAJIB LOCHAN SHA

MUMBAI, INDIA

 

Session XIX:O29-O32(11AM- 2.00PM) Hall B November 5, 2017

   
 

PRE-TREATMENT VERIFICATION OF ADVANCED RADIOTHERAPY USING ELEKTA LINAC PARAMETERS TRACKED IN REAL-TIME

HAFIZ MOHD ZIN

MALAYSIA

O-30

DOSIMETRIC COMPARISION OF COPLANAR ANDNON-COPLANAR INTENSITY MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY PLANNING FOR ESOPHAGEAL CARCINOMA

VINAY DESAI

BENGALURU, INDIA

O-31

LUNG AND BREAST CANCER RISK ESTIMATES FOLLOWING INVOLVED-SITE RADIATION THERAPY FOR SUPRADIAPHRAGMATIC HODGKIN’S DISEASE IN FEMALE PATIENTS

M. MAZONAKIS

GREECE

O-32

COMPARISON OF VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPYAND HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY PLANS FOR HIGH RISKPROSTATE CANCERS USING DOSIMETRIC AN-DR.ADIOBIOLOGICAL INDICES

SNEHA .S. NAIR

KOCHI, INDIA

 

Session XIX:O33-O38(2.30PM-4. 20PM) Hall B November 5, 2017

   

O-33

EFFICACY OF SHORT SPINAL ARC LENGTH IN VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY BASED CRANIOSPINAL IRRADIATION

UPEN-DR.A K GIRI

GURGAON, INDIA

O-34

A HYBRID CONFORMAL PLANNING TECHNIQUE WITH SOLITARY DYNAMIC PORTAL FOR POST-MASTECTOMY RADIOTHERAPY WITH REGIONAL NODES

MOHAMATHU RAFIC K

VELLORE, INDIA

O-35

SIMULTANEOUS INTEGRATED BOOST FOR CARCINOMA LEFT SIDED BREAST: PLAN QUALITY COMPARISON OF HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY WITH VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY

MRS B. SUBBULAKSHMI

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-36

BIOLOGICAL & DOSIMETRIC EVALUTION OF FLATTENING FILTER FREE (FFF) BEAM PLANS OVER FLATTENED BEAM (FB) BEAM PLANS IN HEAD & NECK CANCER

RAMESH K K

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-37

USE OF PORTAL DOSIMETRY TO MONITOR TREATMENT CONSISTENCY FOR HEAD AND NECK CANCER THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF TREATMENT

SUDESH DESHPANDE

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-38

IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIVALENT LUNG VOLUME FROM 4DCT DATA FOR TREATMENT PLANNING AND DELIVERY IN SBRT OF LUNG CANCER

NVN MADUSUDHANA SRESTY

HYDERABAD, INDIA

 

Session XXII:O39-O51(11AM- 2.00PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

   

O-39

NOVEL METHOD OF ERROR REDUCTION IN QUANTIFYING THE SHIFT IN ISOCENTER USING LINE SPREAD FUNCTION APPROACH

VINEETH C

CALICAT, INDIA

O-40

DEVELOPEMENT OF A CMOS-BASED OPTICAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SYSTEM FOR 3D RADIOTHERAPY DOSIMETRY

AHMAD TAUFEK ABDUL RAHMAN

MALAYSIA

O-41

MEASUREMENT AND COMPARISON OF SURFACE DOSE OF UNFLATTENED AND FLATTENED PHOTON BEAMS FOR DIFFERENT FIELD SIZES

SURESH BABU P

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-42

DETERMINATION OF STEREOTACTIC SMALL FIELD OUTPUT FACTORS WITH DIFFERENT DETECTORS

SEBY GEORGE

VELLORE, INDIA

O-43

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM AT DURHAM REGIONAL CANCER CENTER, ONTARIO CANADA

DAXA PATEL

CANADA

O-44

STUDY ON THE MEASUREMENT OF SURFACE AND BUILDUP DOSES USING DIFFERENT IONIZATION CHAMBERS

SREEDEVI E

KERALA, INDIA

O-45

IMPACT ON GAMMA INDEX ON MEASUREMENT WITH TWO DIFFERENT ARRAY DETECTORS

S.PRAVEENKUMAR

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-46

VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY DOSIMETRY QA USING LIQUID IONISATION CHAMBER.

NITIN R. KAKADE

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-47

DOSIMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DIGITAL MEGAVOLT IMAGER FOR FLATTENING FILTER FREE (FFF) BEAMS

VENDHAN SUBRAMANI

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-48

STUDY ON RADIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF WOODEN DUST AS A SUBSTITUTE OF LUNG FOR THE DOSIMETRIC PURPOSE

P. BAGDARE

UJJAIN, INDIA

O-49

EVALUATION OF SETUP UNCERTAINTIES AND CLINICAL TARGET VOLUME (CTV) TO PLANNING TARGET VOLUME (PTV) MARGIN FOR VARIOUS TUMOR SITES WITH VMAT TREATMENTS USING CBCT.

DILIP KUMAR RAY

KOLKATA, INDIA

O-50

RADIOTHERAPY WITH TELE-COBALT MACHINE- EFFICACY AND NEED FOR TISSUE COMPENSATION IN HEAD AND NECK TREATMENTS

RAMAMOORTHY RAVICHANDRAN

ASSAM, INDIA

O-51

EVALUATION OF CBCT AND 4DCT BASED PLANNING TARGET VOLUMES IN NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CARCINOMA AND ITS EFFECT ON CRITICAL STRUCTURE DOSES

SEBEERALI K

BANGALORE, INDIA

 

Session XXIII:O52-O57 (2.30PM- 4.20PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

   

O-52

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MINIATURE PRIMARY STANDARD FOR AIR-KERMA MEASUREMENT OF LOW ENERGY SYNCHROTRON RADIATION

SUDHIR KUMAR

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-53

CHARACTERIZATION AND PERFORMANCE STUDY OF NEWLY DEVELOPED N- TYPE SKIN DIODE DOSIMETER FOR HIGH PHOTON ENERGY (6 & 18 MV) SKIN DOSIMETRY

ZAKIYA S. AL-RAHBI

AUSTRALIA

O-54

NANO KCL:SM3+ AS A NEW OPTICALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENT PHOSPHOR

PRATIK KUMAR

NEW DELHI

O-55

DEVELOPMENT OF CRYOSTAT INTEGRATED TL/OSL READER FOR ITS APPLICATION IN RADIATION DOSIMETRY

ANUJ SONI

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-56

ENERGY DEPENDENCE OF NANODOT OSL DOSIMETERS TO LOW ENERGY X-RAYS USING MONTE CARLO SIMULATION CODE EGS5

VLE CRUZ

JAPAN

O-57

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HO3+ DOPED HAFNIUM OXIDE TLD FOR RADIATION DOSIMETER.

NANDAKUMAR SEKAR

TAMILNADU,INDIA

Session XXVII:O58-O68 (2.30PM- 4.20PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

 

PATIENT SPECIFIC QA ON CYBERKNIFE M6 ROBOTIC RADIOSURGERY SYSTEM USING IN-HOUSE FIDUCIAL BASED POLYSTYRENE PHANTOM

R HOLLA

KOCHI, INDIA

O-59

NANODOTS, ALANINE, AND TLD100H DOSIMETERS INVESTIGATIONS AND ITS TREATMENT FOR STEREOTACTIC ABLATIVE RADIOTHERAPY PRE-TREATMENT VERIFICATION

N U ESEN

AUSTRALIA

O-60

INVESTIGATING POLARITY AND ION RECOMBINATION EFFECTS OF SIX IONIZATION CHAMBERS FOR SMALL RADIATION BEAM APERTURES

KJ MARIA DAS

LUCKNOW, INDIA

O-61

SMALL FIELD DOSIMETRY MEASUREMENTS

GANESAN RAMANATHAN

COIMBATORE, INDIA

O-62

PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR UNFLAT BEAMS

SURESH BABU P

BANGLORE, INDIA

O-63

EVALUATION OF SYSTEM ACCURACY AND PTV MARGINS FOR SBRT IN LUNG AND LIVER USING NOVALIS TX ADAPTIVE GATING AND EXACTRAC® 6D SYSTEM

HIMANK KALRA

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-64

EXPERIENCE IN IMPLEMENTING AND CONDUCTING THE AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS IN MEDICINE (ACPSEM) RADIATION ONCOLOGY MEDICAL PHYSICS TRAINING EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (ROMP-TEAP) IN A REGIONAL AUSTRALIAN RADIOTHERAPY CENTER

AJEET MISHRA

AUSTRALIA

O-65

ESTIMATION OF EYE LENS EXPOSURE FROM WORKLOADS DURING INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES IN SOUTH AFRICA, TAKING MODIFYING FACTORS INTO ACCOUNT

M.A. SWEETLOVE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-66

CATARACT FINDINGS AMONG SOUTH AFRICAN INTERVENTIONALISTS

A. ROSE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-67

A PROSPECTIVE APPROACH OF QA IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AAPM TG 100

AJEET MISHRA

AUSTRALIA

O-68

PERFORMING TG-142 QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES ON LINEAR ACCELERATORS USING PIPSPRO SOFTWARE

K.R.MURALIDHAR

TELANGANA, INDIA

Session XXXIV:O69 (9.00AM- 10.30AM) Hall B November 6, 2017

O-69

THE APPLICATION OF TEXTURE ANALYSIS FOR DISCRIMINATION FATTY LIVER BY ULTRASOUND IMAGES

AKBAR GHARBALI

IRAN

*The activity/programme which are common to all will be organised in main hall Hall A.
*Tea break/Lunch will be served at a common place.

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POSTER PRESENTATION SCHEDULE

S. No. Poster No. Date & Time of Presentations
1 P1-P25 (Except P6, P8, P11, P18, P19, P25)* Day 2:November 5 , 10.30AM-11.30AM
2 P26-P50 Day 2:November 5 , 11.30AM-12.30PM
3 P51-P75 Day 2:November 5 , 12.30PM-01.30PM
4 P76-P100 Day 2:November 5 , 03.00PM-04.00PM
5 P101-P125 Day 2:November 5 , 04.00PM-05.00PM
6 P126-P150 Day 3:November 6 , 10.30AM-11.30AM
7 P151-P175 Day 3:November 6 , 11.30AM-12.30PM
8 P176-P200 Day 3:November 6 , 12.30PM-01.30PM
9 P201-P225 Day 3:November 6 , 03.00PM-04.00PM
10 P226-All remaining Day 3:November 6 , 04.00PM-05.00PM

* These posters are part of All remaining

LIST OF POSTER PRESENTATIONS

ID TITLE OF ABSTRACT PRESENTING AUTHOR PLACE/ COUNTRY
P 1 IMRT PLAN VERIFICATION FOR DIFFERENT DOSE RATES AND DIFFERENT GRID SIZES USING FLUENCE MEASUREMENT RAHIL ANJUM BENGALURU, INDIA
P 2 REDUCTION METHOD OF THE SKIN SURFACE DOSE IN MEGAVOLTAGE PHOTONRADIOTHERAPY MASAKAZU OTSUKA JAPAN
P 3 VERIFICATION OF IMRT TREATMENT USING FLUENCE MAP RECONSTRUCTED FROM VARIAN LINAC LOG FILES HAFIZ MOHD ZIN MALAYSIA
P 4 INVESTIGATION ON THE FEASIBILITY OF USING CBCT (CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY) AS A READOUT TOOL FOR NIPAM POLYMER GEL DOSIMETRY. WINFRED MICHAEL RAJ VELLORE, INDIA
P 5 GENERATION OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE WITH TEETH RESTORATIONS FROM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SEGMENTATION MIN-YOUNG LEE KOREA
P 6 THE EVALUATION OF GAMMA INDEX FOR EPID BASED PORTAL DOSIMETRY WITH PROCESS CAPABILITY ANALYSIS IN PATIENT-SPECIFIC VMAT QA SAMJU CHO KOREA
P 7 EVALUATION OF EBT3 FILM DOSIMETY USING DUAL-CHANNEL MERGED METHOD FOR STEREOTACTIC BODY RADIOTHERAPY QUALITY ASSURANCE YONG-JIN KIM KOREA
P 8 PHATOM DEVELOPMENT FOR DOSE AUDIT OF CARBON ION RAIDOTHERAPY CENTERS IN JAPAN H. MIZUNO JAPAN
P 9 COMPARING DOSIMETRIC PARAMETERS OF INTENSITY MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY (IMRT) AND VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC RADIATION THERAPY (VMAT) FOR STOMACH CANCER SRUTHY P KUMAR NEW DELHI, INDIA
P 10 STEREOTACTIC RADIOTHERAPY FOR PITUITARY ADENOMA: ROBOTIC VS RAPIDARC PLAN COMPARISON T. K. BIJINA BENGALURU, INDIA
P 11 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON OF DOSE TO WATER AND DOSE TO MEDIUM PRESCRIPTION IN MONTE CARLO ALGORITHM FOR LUNG, PELVIS AND HEAD AND NECK CASES RAMYA V BENGALURU, INDIA
P 12 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF IN-HOUSE MULTICHANNEL APPLICATOR FOR HDR VAGINAL BRACHYTHERAPY AND DOSEIMETRIC COMPARISION WITH SINGLE CHANNEL APPLICATOR G.KESAVAN MADURAI, INDIA
P 13 STUDY THE EFFECT OF PELVIC HETEROGENEITIES ON RECTUM DOSE MEASUREMENTS INSIDE AN INDIGENOUSLY MAKE FEMALE PELVIC PHANTOM AND RANDO FEMALE PELVIC PHANTOM USING MOSFET DOSIMETERS DEEPAK SHROTRIYA KANPUR, INDIA
P 14 HDR BRACHYTHERAPY SOURCE CALIBRATION BY USING SOLID PHANTOM DAVID BIKANER, INDIA
P 15 DOSIMETRIC EFFECTS OF STEP SIZE OF COBALT-60 HDR SOURCE IN INTRA LUMINAL BRACHYTHERAPY PAWAN KUMAR JANGID UDAIPUR, INDIA
P 16 A REFERENCE STUDY OF DECTOR MATERIALS FOR BNCT -SPECT IMAGING: A SIMULATION STUDY SUNMI KIM JAPAN
P 17 DATA DRIVEN MOTION CORRECTION OF SPECT USING DEVELOPED ALGORITHM WITH PARTIAL RECONSTRUCTION MD. NAHID HOSSAIN BANGLADESH
P 18 PRACTICAL ASPECT OF DESIGN OF OPTICAL STIMULATION ASSEMBLY FOR MULTISAMPLE TL-OSL READER SYSTEM L. PALIWAL MUMBAI, INDIA
P 19 DEVELOPMENT OF IN-LINE HOLOGRAPHIC PHASE-CONTRAST IMAGING SYSTEM USING INDUSTRIAL X-RAY SYSTEM DAISUKE SHIMAO JAPAN
P 20 FOUR-DIMENSIONAL DIGITAL TOMOSYNTHESIS BASED ON VISUAL RESPIRATORY GUIDANCE HYE JEONG YANG KOREA
P 21 AN IN-VITRO STUDY TO DIAGNOSE AND DISTINGUISH BREAST AND LUNG CANCERS USING THE PCB TECHNOLOGY BASED NANODOSIMETER P. VENKATRAMAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 22 INDIGENOUS PREPARATION AND STUDY OF RADIOCHROMIC FILM AS RADIATION DOSIMETER FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS:A PRELIMINARY WORK APOORVA MITTAL NEW DELHI, INDIA
P 23 DOSIMETRIC EFFECTS OF BRASS MESH BOLUS ON SKIN DOSE AND DOSE AT DEPTH FOR POSTMASTECTOMY CHEST WALL IRRADIATION ZAKIYA S. AL-RAHBI AUSTRALIA
P 24 PERIPHERAL PHOTONEUTRON DOSE MEASUREMENT IN MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR USING BD-PND BUBBLE DETECTOR MR.HAJEE SAHIB CHENNAI, INDIA
P 25 INVESTIGATION OF RECONSTRUCTED FILTERS OF OPTICAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FOR POLYMER GEL DOSIMETER H. KAWAMURA JAPAN
P 26 EVALUATION OF DISPLACEMENTS FOR SET UP REPRODUCIBILITY IN LEFT SIDED BREAST CANCERS WITH PORTAL IMAGING AND DIGITALLY RECONSTRUCTED RADIOGRAPHS DEBOLEENA MUKHERJEE MUMBAI, INDIA
P 27 EFFECT OF CONTRAST AGENTS ON SPATIAL DOSE DISTRIBUTION USING DIFFERENT CALCULATION ALGORITHMS JEONG-WOO LEE KOREA
P 28 DOSIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF PLAN QUALITY OF INTENSITY-MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY VERSUS RAPID ARC WITH BONE MARROW SPARING FOR CERVICAL CANCER VUPPU SRINIVAS HYDERABAD, INDIA
P 29 SPATIOTEMPORAL DOSE EVALUATION IN VMAT PLANS FOR PROSTATE CANCER: SIMULTANEOUS INTEGRATED BOOST WITH HYPOFRACTIONATED SCHEMES B PARK KOREA
P 30 COMPARISON OF RAPID ARC, HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY, SLIDING WINDOW IMRT AND CONFORMAL RT FOR CARCINOMA PROSTATE TREATMENT PLANNING AMOL PAWAR MUMBAI, INDIA
P 31 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON FOR ACTIVE BREATHING COORDINATOR REDUCES RADIATION DOSE TO THE HEART AND LUNGS IN PATIENTS WITH LEFT BREAST CANCER USING VMAT TECHNIQUES. PRABAGARAN C JABALPUR, INDIA
P 32 HIGHER HOMOGENEITY INDEX IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TARGETS WITH DIFFERENT DOSE PRESCRIPTION WITH VMAT COMPARE TO IMRT JAYAPALAN KRISHNAN MANGLORE, INDIA
P 33 WEIGHTAGE OPTIMIZATION FOR THE HYBRID VMAT FOR CA.OROPHARYNX CANCERS J.ANTONY PAULL GANDHINAGAR, INDIA
P 34 COMPARITIVE STUDY OF IMRT AND VMAT FOR CANCER OF MIDDLE THIRD OESOPHAGUS SHAMBHAVI C KARNATAKA, INDIA
P 35 DOSIMETRIC ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF JUNCTION FREE VMAT BASED CRANIOSPINAL IRRADIATION TECHNIQUE OVER THE 3DCRT TECHNIQUE SANEG KRISHNANKUTTY GURGAON, INDIA
P 36 INFLUENCE OF STATISTICAL UNCERTAINTY ON MONTE CARLO DOSE CALCULATION IN VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY FOR GLIOBLASTOMA BRAIN TUMOR P.MOHANDASS MOHALI, INDIA
P 37 PLANNING COMPARISON BETWEEN DYNAMIC IMRT, SINGLE AND DUAL ARC VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC RADIOTHERAPY FOR HEAD AND NECK CARCINOMA USING A SIMULTANEOUS INTEGRATED BOOST TECHNIQUE. PRABAGARAN C JABALPUR, INDIA
P 38 INVESTIGATION OF EFFECT OF COLLIMATOR ANGLES ON DOSIMETRIC PARAMETERS IN DOUBLE-ARC VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY OF HEAD AND NECK CANCER SHEFALI PAHWA SANGRUR, INDIA
P 39 DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF DOSE REPORTING MODES IN MONACO TPS: DOSE TO MEDIUM VS DOSE TO WATER MAMTA MAHUR DELHI, INDIA
P 40 EVALUATION OF FFF BEAM IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER FOR RAPID ARC DELIVERY SHAJU PILAKKAL MUMBAI, INDIA
P 41 COMPARISION OF RADIATION TREATMENT PLANS FOR BREAST CANCER BETWEEN VMAT AND IMRT JYOTHI N KARNATAKA, INDIA
P 42 DOSIMETRIC IMPACT OF STATISTICAL UNCERTAINTY PER CONTROL POINT ON MONTE CARLO DOSE CALCULATION IN MONACO TPS VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY FOR LUNG CANCER P.MOHANDASS MOHALI, INDIA
P 43 VERIFICATION OF MONITOR UNIT CALCULATIONS FOR ECLIPSE TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEM BY IN- HOUSE DEVELOPED SPREADSHEET ATHIYAMAN M JAIPUR
P 44 A DOSIMETRIC FEASIBILITY STUDY ON FLAT AND UNFLAT BEAMS IN VMAT DELIVERY OF NASOPHARYNX CANCERS S.MARUTHU PANDIAN BAGALURU
P 45 IMPACT OF DIFFERENT COLLIMATOR ANGLES ON DOSIMETRIC OUTCOME OF RAPID-ARC PLANS HEMANT UMBRANI KARAD, INDIA
P 46 A DOSIMETRIC COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TOMO-DIRECT 3DCRT AND CONVENTIONAL 3DCRT IN CASE OF LEFT-SIDED BREAST CANCER PRIYA SAINI MUMBAI, INDIA
P 47 HYBRID VMAT TECHNIQUE FOR POST-MASTECTOMY CHEST WALL IRRADIATION: A DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON AMONG DIFFERENT HYBRID VMAT PLANS. BALAJI K CHENNAI, INDIA
P 48 DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF VMAT WITH FF AND FFF PHOTON BEAM FOR LOCALISED CA PROSTATE SARATH S NAIR MANIPAL, INDIA
P 49 EVALUATION OF RAPID ARC PLAN WITH ANISOTROPIC ANALYTICAL ALGORITHM (AAA) AND ACUROS XB DOSE CALCULATION ALGORITHM (ABX) FOR HEAD AND NECK CANCERS: OUR EXPERIENCE JANISH.K KOZHIKODE, INDIA
P 50 DOSIMETRIC AND RADIOBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS FOR PROSTATE CANCER ON GRID SIZE AND DOSE CALCULATION YONG-JIN KIM KOREA
P 51 ASSESSMENT OF VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY OPTIMIZATION STRATEGY FOR HYPOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA N. SINGH LUCKNOW, INDIA
P 52 LEFT BREAST IRRADIATION WITH TOMOTHERAPY: TOMODIRECT OR TOMOHELICAL? – A DOSIMETRIC ANALYSIS JERRIN AMALRAJ BANGALORE, INDIA
P 53 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON OF FOUR DIFFERENT INTENSITY MODULATED RADIOTHERAPY TECHNIQUES IN CARCINOMA OESOPHAGUS SOUMYA N M THALASSERY, INDIA
P 54 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON OF IMRT VERSUS 3DCRT FOR POST MASTECTOMY CHEST WALL IRRADIATION KARTICK RASTOGI JAIPUR, INDIA
P 55 ANALYSIS OF PHOTON BEAM SKIN DOSE FOR PHYSICAL AND ENHANCED DYNAMIC WEDGES FOR DIFFERENT FIELD SIZES FOR 6 MV & 15 MV PHOTONS TITIKSHA VASUDEVA CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 56 UTILITY OF MANUAL SELECTION OF JAW PLACEMENT AND COLLIMATOR ROTATION IN THE RAPID-ARC PLANNING FOR LARGE VOLUMES WITH HDMLC R C JAON BOS KOCHI, INDIA
P 57 SYSTEMATIC AND DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC CONFORMAL RADIOTHERAPY PLANS USING DIFFERENT OPTIMIZATION PARAMETERS. RADHIKA JAIN MOHALI, INDIA
P 58 EFFECT OF MULTICRITERIAL OPTIMISATION OPTION IN MONACO V5.0 TPS ON SERIAL AND PARALLEL ORGANS . RAHUL PHANSEKAR RAJKOT, INDIA
P 59 3DCRT BREAST IRRADIATION €“ ORGAN AT RISK DOSES FROM REDUCED TARGET VOLUME MARGINS D BASAULA AUSTRALIA
P 60 TRACEABILITY OF DOSE BETWEEN TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEM AND LINEAR ACCELERATOR FOR VARIOUS TREATMENT MODALITIES DINCE FRANCIS BANGLORE, INDIA
P 61 CRANIO SPINAL IRRADIATION TECHNIQUES: A DOSIMETRIC COMPARISION OF HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY WITH VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY SATHIYA SEELAN M HYDERABAD, INDIA
P 62 DOSIMETRY VERIFICATION OF STEREOTACTIC BODY RADIATION THERAPY (SBRT) FOR HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA (HCC) TREATMENT R.P. SRIVASTAVA BELGIUM
P 63 TUMOR AND CRITICAL ORGAN€™S DOSE ARISING FROM DIFFERENT RADIOTHERAPY TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO PAROTID GLAND; A COMPARISON BETWEEN CALCULATED AND MEASURED DOSE ATEFEH VEJDANI NOGHREIYAN IRAN
P 64 A TREATMENT PLANNING STUDY: STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF DYNAMIC AND STATIC IMRT TECHNIQUES AMANDEEP KAUR AMRITSAR, INDIA
P 65 INFLUENCE OF VARIATION IN DOSE DISTRIBUTION:COMPARISON BETWEEN CT-AND CBCT-BASED PLANSFOR OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER MASAKAZU OTSUKA JAPAN
P 66 DODIMETRIC EVALUATION OF TITANIUM IN 16-BIT AND 12-BIT DEPTH: MONTE CARLO STUDY J. JAYAPRAMILA MALAYSIA
P 67 RADIATION SHIELDING APPLICATION OF LEAD GLASS R. NATHURAM MUMBAI, INDIA
P 68 SBRT OF KIDNEY – OUR INITIAL EXPERIENCE R PHURAILATPAM MUMBAI, INDIA
P 69 COMPARISON BETWEEN SINGLE AND DOUBLE VOLUMETRIC ARC THERAPY (VMAT) TECHNIQUE IN THE TREATMENT OF CERVIX AND BOT CANCER AMIT SAINI MUMBAI, INDIA
P 70 DOSIMETRIC VERIFICATION OF TOTAL SKIN ELECTRON THERAPY BY USING CASO4:DY THERMOLUMINESCENCE POWDER IN INDIGENOUS WAX PHANTOM ON VARIAN CLINAC IX LINEAR ACCELERATOR T.NATARAJAN JAIPUR, INDIA
P 71 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON OF EPID AND OCTAVIUS ARRAY FOR VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY AND QA OF VMAT FELIX M.S CHENNAI, INDIA
P 72 MEASUREMENT OF SMALL IRRADIATION RELATIVE DOSE WITH VARIOUS DETECTORSFOR 6 MV PHOTON FROM CLINICAL LINAC SANTUNU PUROHIT BANGLADESH
P 73 DOSIMETRIC STUDIES OF MIXED ENERGY (6 & 10MV) OF FF AND FFF PHOTON BEAM ON RAPID ARC RADIOTHERAPY PLANNING OF CARCINOMA OF CERVIX U G RAMANJANEYULU HYDERABAD, INDIA
P 74 RADIOTHERAPY FOR CARCINOMA OF BILATERAL BREAST KIRTITYAGI  
P 75 VOLUMETRIC INTENSITY-MODULATED ARC THERAPY VS. CONVENTIONAL INTENSITY-MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY IN LUNG CANCER: A DOSIMETRIC STUDY GANGARAPU SRI KRISHNA HYDERABAD, INDIA
P 76 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DOSE DISTRIBUTION IN 3D CONFORMAL AND SIMULATED 2D PLAN OF LUNG CARCINOMA ADHIKARI MATRIKA PRASAD NEPAL
P 77 SIMPLE METHOD TO CORRECT FOR PITCH IN A NON 6D COUCH FOR A FRAMELESS STEREOTACTIC TREATMENTS V.K.SATHIYA NARAYANAN PUNE, INDIA
P 78 ESTIMATION OF CUMMULATIVE SURFACE DOSE WITH FFF BEAMS FROM LINEAR ACCELERATOR AND TOMOTHERAPY FOR SBRT OF CA PROSTATE – A PHANTOM STUDY LILAWATI MEENA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 79 STEREOTACTIC BODY RADIOTHERAPY (SBRT) FOR METASTATIC SPINE TUMOURS USING HIGH INTENSITYFLATTENING FILTER FREE (FFF) PHOTON BEAMS – A PLANNINGCOMPARISON WITH FLATTENED PHOTON BEAM. T. MOORTHI COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 80 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF SINGAPORE (NUH) EXPERIENCE: IMRT COMMISSIONING BASED ON TASK GROUP 119, A REPORT FROM AAPM S P BAGGARLEY SINGAPORE
P 81 DESIGNING A NOVEL PHANTOM FOR DAILY QA OF CYBERKNIFE M6 ROBOTIC RADIOSURGERY SYSTEM R HOLLA KOCHI, INDIA
P 82 COMPARISON OF INHOMOGENEITY EFFECT FOR SMALL FIELD DOSIMETRY BETWEEN 6 MV FF AND FFF PHOTON BEAMS USING THE EGSNRC MONTE CARLO CODE S. SANGEETHA COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 83 DOES HIGH DENSITY ARTIFACTS IMPACT STEREOTACTIC DOES HIGH DENSITY RADIOSURGERY OF POST ENDOVASCULAR EMBOLIZATION AVM?A DOSIMETRIC ANALYSIS JERRIN AMALRAJ BENGALURU, INDIA
P 84 ACCURACY OF POSITIONING ERRORS FOR PATIENT SET-UP ON SRS OR SBRT JINSOOK HA KOREA
P 85 DETECTOR ACCURACY COMPARISON FOR POINT DOSE MEASUREMENTS IN SMALL FIELDS SILPA AJAY KUMAR THALASSERY, INDIA
P 86 POSITIONAL ERRORS IN LINEAR ACCELERATOR BASED FRAMELESS CRANIAL STEREOTAXY: A NOTE OF CAUTION A.MANIKANDAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 87 MEASUREMENT OF DOSE IN 6MV AND 10MV FF & FFF PHOTON BEAMS FOR SMALLER FIELD SIZE ELAN M A CHENNAI, INDIA
P 88 A COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEMS IN THE PLANNING OF STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY (SRS) OF SCHWANNOMAS USING UNFLAT BEAMS S.KARTHIKEYAN BANGALORE, INDIA
P 89 COMMISSIONING OF RAYSTATION TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEM: AN EXPERIENCE SURENDRA B CHAND NEPAL
P 90 ANALYSIS OF BEAM PROFILES, PERCENT DEPTH DOSE AND VOLUME EFFECT IN SMALL FIELDS USING DIFFERENT TYPE OF IN HOUSE AVAILABLE IONIZATION CHAMBERS. RAMANDEEP SINGH PUNJAB,INDIA
P 91 TREATMENT TIME REDUCTION WITH THE USE OF A THREE DIMENSIONAL (3D) PRINTED ELECTRON BEAMMODIFIER FOR TOTAL SKIN ELECTRON TREATMENTS PLATONI K GREECE
P 92 EVALUATION OF EFFECT ON OUTPUT FACTOR IN CUSTOMIZED ELECTRON FIELDS COLLIMATION IN RADIOTHERAPY FOR VARIOUS ENERGIES ANOOP KUMAR SRIVASTAVA LUCKNOW, INDIA
P 93 FIRST APPLICATION OF HEMI-BODY ELECTRON BEAM IRRADIATION IN GREECE:SET UP, MEASUREMENTS AND DOSIMETRY PLATONI KALLIOPI GREECE
P 94 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROMPT GAMMA RAY IMAGING DURING PROTON BORONFUSION THERAPY ACCORDING TO BORON CONCENTRATION HYE JEONG YANG KOREA
P 95 DEVELOPMENT OF WATER EQUIVALENT MULTI-LAYER IONIZATION CHAMBER WITH LIQUID CRYSTAL POLYMER SHIGEKAZU FUKUDA JAPAN
P 96 TEMPORAL CHANGES OF TARGET VOLUMES & OAR VOLUMES DURING HIGH PRECISION RADIOTHERAPY: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY DEBOJOYTI DHAR KOLKATA, INDIA
P 97 DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED NON METALLIC ARTIFACT FREE CT FIDUCIAL MARKER G KESAVAN MADURAI, INDIA
P 98 VARIATIONS IN INTERNAL TARGET VOLUME OF A MOVING LUNG TUMOUR €“ ANALYSIS OF A MOVING PHANTOM USING FOUR-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY ARUN BALAKRISHNAN KOLKATA, INDIA
P 99 EVALUATION OF PLANNING TARGET VOLUME MARGIN FOR TWO IMAGING PROTOCOLS G MUTHU KRISHNAN TAMILNADU, INDIA
P 100 ASSESSMENT OF SURFACE DOSE USING RADIOCHROMIC FILM (EBT3) IN CHEST WALL RADIOTHERAPY WITH SUPERFLAB GEL BOLUS CHALLAPALLI SRINIVAS MANGALORE, INDIA
P 101 MEDICAL PROTON/CARBON DOSIMETRY USING OPTICALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENCE FROM EASILY PREPARED KCL:SM 3+ NANOPHOSPHOR MINI AGARWAL NEW DELHI, INDIA
P 102 EXTENDED CONE BEAM CT LOCALIZATION FOR ADAPTIVE RADIOTHERAPY AND DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF KILOVOLTAGE IMAGING MOHAMATHU RAFIC K VELLORE, INDIA
P 103 THE MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PROTON BEAMS MODELING IN THE TREATMENTPLANNING SYSTEM KUNIHIKOTATEOKA JAPAN
P 104 ON THE DOSIMETRIC BEHAVIOR OF VMAT PLANS WITH RESPECT TO VARIOUS PHOTONS BEAM (FF) ENERGY USING MONTE CARLO DOSE CALCULATION FOR CARCINOMA CERVIX N. MUNIRATHINAM KOLHAPUR, INDIA
P 105 OUT OFF FIELD PHOTONEUTRON SPECTRUM DETERMINATION ON THE PATIENT BODY SURFACE DURING RADIOTHERAPY WITH HIGH ENERGY X RAYS USING CR 39 FILMS RAJESH.K.R KOTTAYAM, INDIA
P 106 IMPACT OF CT NUMBER CALIBRATION ERROR IN RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEM M. NAKAO JAPAN
P 107 DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF HEART DOSE USING INDIGENOUSLY FABRICATED BEE-WAX PHANTOM IN THE TREATMENT OF OESOPHAGEAL CANCER
 
T. SURESH MYSORE, INDIA
P 108 RELATION BETWEEN COMPOSITE AND INDIVIDUAL BEAM IMRT QA POOJA MOUNDEKAR PUNE, INDIA
P 109 EFFICACY OF EPIQA IN QUALITY ASSURANCE OF RAPIDARC €“OUR INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE S.VENDHAN CHENNAI, INDIA
P 110 EFFECT OF LEAD FOIL ON ELECTRON CONTAMIATION TO PHOTON BEAM QUALITY INDEX: EXPERIMENTAL AND MONTE CARLO STUDY A.S.JAGTAP MUMBAI, INDIA
P 111 NOVEL PRECISE MEASUREMENT METHOD OF GAMMA KNIFE PERFECTION IRRADIATION TIME TAKASHI AIZAWA JAPAN
P 112 COMPARISON OF BEAM CHARACTERISTICS FOR FIXED AND IRIS COLLIMATORS OF M6 FI+ CYBERKNIFE® SYSTEM KANNAN M GURUGRAM, INDIA
P 113 EVALUATION OF HALF VALUE LAYER AND TOTAL FILTRATION IN VARIAN TRUEBEAM KV-CBCT C. SENTHAMIL SELVAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 114 EFFECT OF PLASTIC TRAY ON THE PHOTONEUTRON DOSE EQUIVALENT AT THE ISOCENTER AND THE MAZE ENTRANCE OFMEDICAL LINACS: A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION S. M. HASHEMI DIZAJI IRAN
P 115 AN INVESTIGATION OF COLLIMATOR HEAD SCATTER WITH COLUMNAR MINIPHANTOM S PALIT WEST BENGAL, INDIA
P 116 CALIBRATION OF IONIZATION CHAMBERS AND INTERCOMPARISON OF RADIOTHERAPY DOSIMETRY IN BANGLADESH MD. SHAKILUR RAHMAN BANGLADESH
P 117 QUALITY ASSURANCE TESTS OF KV AND MV IMAGING CONDUCTED ON NOVALIS TX LINEAR ACCELERATOR V. POOPATHI KOLKATA, INDIA
P 118 EVALUATION OF DOSIMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF 2D ION CHAMBER ARRAY OCTAVIUS 729 FOR CFF AND FFF BEAMS BHAGAT CHAND AMBALA, INDIA
P 119 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF ONLINE IMAGING SYSTEMS ATTACHED TO MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR SHAHAN SHAD. C.A BANGALORE, INDIA
P 120 MERIT OF 4D OCTAVIUS AS A PRETREATMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE TOOL IN LARGE VOLUME TARGET IRRADIATION V MURALI CHENNAI, INDIA
P 121 VALIDATION OF THE OCTAVIUS 4D SYSTEM WITH PORTAL DOSIMETRY FOR VMAT PATIENT-SPECIFIC QA L. JOSE SOLOMON RAJ VELLORE, INDIA
P 122 STUDY OF RADIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF SOLID PHANTOM P. KALIYAPPAN CHENNAI, INDIA
P 123 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON BETWEEN THE IMRT PLANS WITH THREE DIFFERENT BEAM NUMBER TECHNIQUES IN PATIENTS WITH CARCINOMA OF SUPRAGLOTTIC LARYNX AND INVESTIGATE THE IMPACT OF INCREASING BEAM NUMBERS ON PTVS AS WELL AS OARS SHAYORI BHATTACHARJEE GUWAHATI, INDIA
P 124 FEASIBILITY OF COMPUTED RADIOGRAPHY (CR) FOR PERFORMING QUALITY ASSURANCE TESTS OF TELETHERAPY MACHINES MRS.MAHITHA K C BANGALORE, INDIA
P 125 TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTIVENSS OF EDGE DETECTOR FOR DEPTH DOSE MEASUREMENT IN BUILDUP REGION OF 6 AND 10 MV FFF PHOTON BEAMS A.S.JAGTAP NAGPUR, INDIA
P 126 IS THE TPS NEED TO RECOMMISSONED AFTER THE REPLACING THE BEAM CENTER ALIGNMENT? C KRISHNAPPAN GANDHINAGAR, INDIA
P 127 PATIENT SPECIFIC IMRT QA BY USING EBT GAFCHROMIC FILM QA PRO2016 SOFTWARE €“ INITIAL EXPERIENCES V. R. GEDAM DELHI, INDIA
P 128 ANALYSIS OF PHOTON BEAM SKIN DOSE FOR PHYSICAL AND ENHANCED DYNAMIC WEDGES FOR DIFFERENT FIELD SIZES FOR 6 MV & 15 MV PHOTONS BALJEET SENIWAL CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 129 DOSIMETRIC EVALUATION OF FLATENING FILTER FREE & FLAT BEAMS ON ELEKTA INFINITY LINEAR ACCELERATOR RAMESH KKD VIJAYAWADA, INDIA
P 130 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PERCENTAGE SURFACE DOSE MEASUREMENT FOR 6MV FLATTENED AND 6MV FLATTENING FILTER FREE PHOTON BEAMS USING PARALLEL PLATE CHAMBER INCLUDING AND EXCLUDING ITS OVER-RESPONSE CORRECTION SRIMANTA PAMANIK KOLKATA, INDIA
P 131 MEASUREMENT OF PERCENTAGE DEPTH DOSE BASED ON POINT DOSIMETRY FOR TELECOBALT UNITS GANGA BIKANER, INDIA
P 132 COMPARING AND ESTIMATING THE BUILDUP DOSE FOR 6MV AND 10MV PHOTON BEAM WITH FF AND FFF USING VARIOUS DETECTORS SUREKHA S CHENNAI, INDIA
P 133 FABRICATION OF QUALITY ASSURANCE TOOLS FOR QUICK QUALITY ASSURANCE TESTING OF LINEAR ACCELERATOR S.D.MISHRA ONGOLE, INDIA
P 134 IMPACT OF PHOTON BEAM ATTENUATION AND MODELING OF TREATMENT COUCH: ANGLE AND ENERGY DEPENDENCE. M. RAFIQUL ISLAM ITALY
P 135 ESTIMATION OF UNCERTAINTY BUDGET IN CROSS CALIBRATION OF SMALL VOLUME IONIZATION CHAMBERS IN CO60 BEAM €“ AN APPROACH TOWARDS QUALITY CONTROL IN DOSIMETRY. NARENDER KUMAR MUMBAI, INDIA
P 136 CHARACTERISTICS COMPARISON BETWEEN PHYSICAL WEDGE AND VIRTUAL WEDGE USING 6 MV PHOTON BEAM N. SINGH LUCKNOW, INDIA
P 137 EVALUATION AND DOSIMETRIC COMPARISON OF OFF AXIS RATIO (OAR) FOR 6MV PHOTON IN VARIOUS WEDGED ANGLE BEAMS AT DIFFERENT DEPTHS ANOOP KUMAR SRIVASTAVA LUCKNOW, INDIA
P 138 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF DOSIMETRIC PARAMETERS OF FF AND FFF PHOTON BEAM SHEKHAR DWIVEDI BATHINDA, INDIA
P 139 ENTRANCE DOSE MEASUREMENT USING SILICON DIODES INEXTERNAL RADIOTHERAPY S.M. PELAGADE AHMEDABAD
P 140 OUT-OF-FIELD RADIATION ORGAN DOSE MEASUREMENTS AND ASSOCIATED SECONDARY CANCER RISK ESTIMATION IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH BREAST CANCER IN LEBANON IBRAHIM DUHAINI LEBANON
P 141 DEVELOPMENT OF REAL TIME ABDOMINAL COMPRESSION FORCE (ACF) MONITORING AND VISUALBIO FEEDBACK SYSTEM HYE JEONG YANG KOREA
P 142 RESOLUTION PROPERTIES OF THREE GENERATIONS OF MV IMAGERS IN RADIATION THERAPY A. BLOCK GERMANY
P 143 DEVELOPMENT OF NEW NON METALLIC ARTIFACT FREE CT MARKING WIRE FOR RADIOTHERAPY S.SENTHILKUMAR MADURAI, INDIA
P 144 RESIDUAL ROTATIONAL SET- UP ERRORS AFTER DAILY CONE BEAM CT IMAGE GUIDED RADIOTHERAPY OF PROSTATE CANCER MR.SOUMYA ROY KOLKATA, INDIA
P 145 DETERMINATION & EVALUATION OF INTRA FRACTIONAL & SET-UP CHANGES DURING RADIOTHERAPY TO THE CERVICAL CARCINOMA USING CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (CBCT). PANKAJ PATHAK MP, INDIA
P 146 EVALUATION OF SIX DIMENSIONAL CRANIAL TARGET LOCALIZATION ACCURACY IN TWO DIFFERENT IMMOBILIZATION SYSTEM USING EXACTRAC K.TAMIL SELVAN HYDERABAD, INDIA
P 147 ABSOLUTE DOSE VERIFICATION OF FFF BEAMS USING ION CHAMBER AND OSLD’S WITH CIRS ELECTRON DENSITY PHANTOM FOR AAA AND ACUROS XB ALGORITHMS VAIBHAV MHATRE MUMBAI, INDIA
P 148 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DVH AND OVH OF RECTUM IN CA.PROSTATE TREATMENT PLAN GIPSON JOE ANTO BANGALORE, INDIA
P 149 INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED MONITOR UNIT CALCULATION SOFTWARE “MUCAL” FOR VERIFICATION OF 2D AND 3D TREATMENT PLANS R HOLLA KOCHI, INDIA
P 150 DEPENDENCE OF TISSUE INHOMOGENEITY CORRECTION FACTORS ON TISSUE PHANTOM RATIO (TPR20,10) M. AKHTARUZZAMAN POLAND
P 151 FLUENCE RECONSTRUCTION FOR RAPIDARC TREATMENT PLANS ROSE KAMAL CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 152 EFFECT OF CT TO ED IN RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT PLANNING WITH ALGORITHMS AVAILABLE IN CMS XIO TREATMENT PLANNING SYSTEM TO VERIFY INHOMOGENEITY CORRECTION SUMAN KUMAR PUTHA MANGALORE, INDIA
P 153 DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANTHROPOMORPHIC DEFORMABLE LUNG PHANTOM TAE SUK SUH KOREA
P 154 REVIEW OF DOSIMETRY FOR TOTAL SKIN ELECTRON THERAPY USING DIFFERENT DETECTORS SHANTANU KUMAR MISHRA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 155 RADIATION DOSE TO ADJACENT ORGANS-AT-RISK FROM INVOLVED-FIELD AND INVOLVED-SITE RADIOTHERAPY FOR LYMPHOMA M. MAZONAKIS GREECE
P 156 COMPARISON OF MEASURED DOSE VERSUS TPS CALCULATED DOSE IN THE INDIGENOUS PHANTOM CONSTRUCTED WITH STAINLESS STEEL (316L SS) IMPLANT BHUDEVI SOUBHAGYA.N.KULKARNI KALABURGI, INDIA
P 157 SURFACE DOSE VARIATIONS IN 6 AND 10 MV FLATTENED (FF) AND FLATTENING FILTER-FREE (FFF) PHOTON BEAMS AVTAR SINGH MUMABI,INDIA
P 158 COMMISSIONING AND DOSIMETRY OF TOTAL BODY IRRADIATION P SABARI KUMAR BENGALURU, INDIA
P 159 DOSIMETRIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR TOTAL SKIN ELECTRON THERAPY: OUR INITIAL EXPERIENCE DAICY GEORGE BENGALURU, INDIA
P 160 THE RESPONSE OF WELL CHAMBER TO PRESSURE VARIATIONS AT HIGH ALTITUDES – A MONTE CARLO STUDY FOR 169YB SOURCE SRIDHAR SAHOO MUMBAI, INDIA
P 161 DECOMMISSIONING OF HDR BRACHYTHERAPY UNIT AS PER REGULATORY REQUIREMENT G-3 GAYATRI SAHU MUMBAI, INDIA
P 162 A BRACHYTHERAPY SIMULATOR THAYAL SINGH ELIAS TRIVANDRUM, INDIA
P 163 DETERMINATION OF BLADDER AND RECTAL DOSE USING MOSFET AND RADIOCHROMIC FILM: A PHANTOM STUDY JEEVA BHARATHI A CHENNAI, INDIA
P 164 EXPERIENCE IN SURFACE MOULD TECHNIQUE FOR MEIBOMIAN GLAND CARCINOMA €“A CASE STUDY G.MADHAN KUMAR GANDHINAGAR, INDIA
P 165 ISOLATION ROOMS FOR RADIOACTIVE IODINE (I-131) THERAPY, INTRODUCTION OF GLASS WINDOW ON THE WALL FOR PATIE MARWA AL AAMRI OMAN
P 166 OCCUPATIONAL DOSES OF RADIATION WORKERS IN NUCLEAR MEDICINE DEPT., MINISTRY OF HEALTH, OMAN : A DOSE ANALYSIS SHARIFA AL-KINDY OMAN
P 167 DOSE CALIBRATOR LINEARITY TEST USING I-131 AND 18F-FLURO DE-OXY GLUCOSE. RADHA MUTHUSWAMY MYSORE, INDIA
P 168 ENHANCING RADIATION SAFETY AND PATIENT COMFORT BASED ON ANALYSIS OF RADIATION DATA AT THE TIME OF DISCHARGE OF RADIOIODINE THERAPY PATIENTS K S SHEKHAWAT JAIPUR, INDIA
P 169 PERFORMANCE CHARCTERISTICS OF PET SCANNERS HEMANT KUMAR JAIPUR, INDIA
P 170 ESTIMATES OF ENTRANCE SKIN DOSE FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOINGCOMMON RADIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATIONS S.C.UNIYAL DEHRADUN, INDIA
P 171 OUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE ACCEPTANCE\ AND DOSIMETRIC VALIDATION OF SOMATOM FORCE DUAL HEAD MDCT IN THE ROYAL HOSPITAL, OMAN RUQAIA AL-HARTHI OMAN
P 172 ESTIMATION OF ENTRANCE SKIN DOSE DURING ABDOMINAL DIAGNOSTIC X-RAY EXAMINATIONS USING OPTICALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENCE DOSIMETER M. KUMARESAN MUMBAI, INDIA
P 173 QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSESSMENT OF CONVENTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC X-RAY INSTALLATIONS IN MIZORAM JONATHAN LALRINMAWIA MIZORAM, INDIA
P 174 3D IMAGING PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION IN PROTOTYPE BREAST TOMOSYNTHESIS SEUNGYEON CHOI KOREA
P 175 COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS FOR LUNGMAN PHANTOM SIMULATEDTUMORS DETECTABILITY ACCORDING TO CT RECONSTRUCTION ALGORITHM : FOCUSEDON ADVANCED MODELED INTERATIVE RECONSTRUCTION ALGORITHM(ADMIRE). JUN-BONG SHIN KOREA
P 176 CT NUMBER ACCURACY OF METAL ARTIFACT REDUCTION ALGORITHM AND ITS INFLUENCE ON RADIAOTHERAPY TREATMENT PLANNNG VISHRAM NAIK KOCHI, INDIA
P 177 EFFECTS OF SLICE THICKNESS FOR PROTOTYPE DIGITAL BREAST TOMOSYNTHESIS HAENGHWA LEE KOREA
P 178 NEW PROTOCOL TO REDUCE FETAL RADIATION DOSE DURING PROPHYLACTIC BALLOON INSERTION IN PREGNANT PATIENTS WITH ABNORMAL PLACENTAL ADHERENCE H. AL-NAEMI QATAR
P 179 IMPLEMENTATION OF THREE DIMENSIONAL MICRO CT IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION ON GRAPHICS PROCESSING UNIT (GPU) KAMIRUL BANDUNG
P 180 ESTIMATION OF RADIATION DOSES IN DIAGNOSTIC AND INTERVENTIONAL THERAPUTIC RADIOLOGICAL PROCEDURES BHUPENDRA SINGH RANA CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 181 GENERAL METHODS OF 2D, 3D AND DEFORMABLE IMAGE REGISTRATION BHUMIKA HANDA CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 182 STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR ESTIMATING THE UTERINE DOSE DURING FLUOROSCOPY EXAMINATION A.BLOCK GERMANY
P 183 CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IMAGE QUALITY AND DOSE OPTIMIZATION GAURAV TRIVEDI CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 184 SCATTERING, ABSORPTION AND EXTINCTION CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE BY A SPHERICAL PARTICLE KURAWA S.M NIGERIA
P 185 DOSIMETRIC COMPARISION BETWEEN NOMEX MULTIMETER AND RAD CAL ION CHAMBER IN NUCLETRON SIMULIX EVALUATION SIMULATOR C. SENTHAMIL SELVAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 186 CT DOSES ESTIMATION WITH THE DOSIMETRIC QUANTITIES CTDI AND DAP TO DEFINE DIAGNOSTIC REFERENCE LEVELS IN INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY JYOTI BISHT LUCKNOW, INDIA
P 187 RADIATION LEAKAGE TEST FOR LEAD APRONS OUR EXPERIENCE R.PICHUMANI BHILAI, INDIA
P 188 MODERN IMAGING IN ONCOLOGY: PRESENT CHALLENGES AND FUTURE EXPECTATIONS DEBOLEENA MUKHERJEE MUMBAI, INDIA
P 189 DOSE ESTIMATION IN WATER EQUIVALENT PHANTOM USING GEANT4 SIMULATION TOOLKIT SACHIN DEV CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 190 HIGH TERRESTRIAL GAMMA RADIATION DOSE RATE MEASURED IN GRANITE GEOLOGICAL TYPES; A CASE STUDY IN DISTRICT OF KUALA PILAH, MALAYSIA AHMAD TAUFEK ABDUL RAHMAN MALAYSIA
P 191 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF CONCRETE ACTIVATION INMEDICAL CYCLOTRON VAULT K. BIJU MUMBAI, INDIA
P 192 FAILURE MODE AND EFFECT ANALYSIS IN RADIOTHERAPY DEPARTMENT P NAGENDRAN KOLKATA, INDIA
P 193 MEDICAL PHYSICS EDUCATION AND CLINICAL TRAINING PROGRAM IN BANGLADESH KAMILA AFROJ QUADIR BANGLADESH
P 194 MICRODOSIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS IN BHABHATRON TELECOBALT INSTALLATION ARGHYA CHATTARAJ MUMBAI, INDIA
P 195 DIURNAL VARIATION OF INDOOR RADON CONCENTRATION IN WAYANAD DISTRICT, KERALA RESHMA BHASKARAN KERALA, INDIA
P 196 PRACTICAL PHANTOM STUDY USING SMALL-TYPE OSL DOSIMETER TOWARD DIRECT DOSE MEASUREMENT DURING PEDIATRIC CT EXAMINATION TOHRU OKAZAKI JAPAN
P 197 POLYMER COMPOSITES FOR RADIATION PROTECTION M. R. AMBIKA BENGALURU, INDIA
P 198 STRUCTURAL RADIATION SHIELDING DESIGN OF GAMMA KNIFE FACILITY SMRITI SHARMA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 199 RADIOIODINE I131 PATIENTS RELEASE CRITERIA IN DUBAI HEALTH AUTHORITY N.A.BOSHARA UAE
P 200 PEDIATRIC INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON RADIATION DOSES E. P. EFSTATHOPOULOS GREECE
P 201 CATEGORIZATION OF RADIATION SOURCES AND APPLICABLE SECURITY MEASURES FOR RADIATION SOURCES USED IN RADIOTHERAPY B. MISHRA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 202 SOURCE ON POSITION LEAKAGE MEASUREMENT FROM SOURCE HOUSING OF TELEGAMMA UNIT OVER THE PERIOD OF 36-MONTHS €“ A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS N. BALASUBRAMANIAN ROHTAK, INDIA
P 203 ESTIMATION OF RADIATION EXPOSURE TO TECHNOLOGIST DURING 18F-FDG PET/CT PROCEDURES AT OUR CENTRE M.S. AL- AAMRI MUSCAT
P 204 OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH E-LICENSING OF RADIATION APPLICATION (ELORA) FOR RADIOTHERAPY PRACTICE B. MISHRA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 205 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF AYURVEDA DRUG BY COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KASISA BHASMA USING ATOMIC ABSORBPTION SPECTROMETRIC TECHNIQUE ASHWINI. A KARMATAKA, INDIA
P 206 MOCK TRIAL’ ON PATIENT RELEASE DURING ‘SOURCE STUCK’ IN A CLINICAL TELECOBALT RADIOTHERAPY MACHINE AND ESTIMATES OF STRAY RADIATION EXPOSURES RAMAMOORTHY RAVICHANDRAN ASSAM, INDIA
P 207 AN ENHANCED IONISING RADIATION MONITORING AND DETECTING TECHNIQUE IN RADIOTHERAPY UNITS OF HOSPITALS USING WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS (WSN PETER ALI NIGERIA
P 208 NUCLEAR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL DEBOLEENA MUKHERJEE MUMBAI, INDIA
P 209 ANALYSIS OF EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE CASES OF RADIATION WORKERS IN MEDICAL FIELD KIRTI TYAGI MUMBAI, INDIA
P 210 INTRODUCTION TO MONTE CARLO SIMULATION THROUGH MICROSOFT EXCEL A K PANDEY DELHI, INDIA
P 211 THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN THE DOMESTICATION OF THE GAINS OF MEDICAL PHYSICS PRACTICES IN THE WEST AFRICAN SUB-REGION PETER ALI NIGERIA
P 212 STATUS OF RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT IN LEBANON IBRAHIM DUHAINI LEBANON
P 213 THE EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ON HUMAN HEALTH IBRAHIM DUHAINI BEIRUT, LEBANON
P 214 CHALLENGES FACED WHILE ROLLING OUT ELORA IN AN ARMED FORCE HOSPITAL KIRTI TYAGI MUMBAI, INDIA
P 215 BRAIN TUMOR SEGMENTATION AND TEXTURE ANALYSIS BY MRI AKBAR GHARBALI IRAN
P 216 INVESTIGATE THE EFFECT OF IONIZING IRRADIATION ON THE ELASTICITY ON HUMAN ERYTHROCYTES AT CLINICAL DOSES K. PLATONI GREECE
P 217 BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN TESTES OF SWISS ALBINA MICE EXPOSED TO 2.45 GHZ MICROWAVES RADIATION CHHOTEY LAL JONWAL JAIPUR, INDIA
P 218 THE EFFECTS OF CO-60 GAMMA RADIATION ON HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES BY MICRONUCLEI ASSAY K. MAYAKANNAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 219 ENHANCEMENT OF RADIATION EFFECT BY CETUXIMAB ON COLON CANCER CELL LINES TAKAMITSU HARA JAPAN
P 220 CALCULATION OF ATTENUATION COEFFICIENTS FOR BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES AT VARIOUS GAMMA ENERGIES USING THE GEANT4 MONTE CARLO CODE C. S. SUREKA COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 221 ESTIMATION OF PERCENTAGE SCATTERING CONTRIBUTION IN ACTIVITY MEASUREMENT OF 60CO TELETHERAPY SOURCES R. S. VISHWAKARMA MUMBAI, INDIA
P 222 DETECTION OF MINERALS USING SEM-EDX IN SAME FAMILY MEDICINAL PLANT LEAVES SANTOSHKUMAR SIDDANNA KARNATAKA, INDIA
P 223 INVESTIGATION OF MASS ATTENUATION COEFFICIENTS OFDOSIMETRIC MATERIALS USING FLUKA MONTE CARLO CODE AMANDEEP SHARMA BATHINDA, INDIA
P 224 RADIATION ONCOLOGY FACILITIES: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES IN THE COUNTRIES MEMBERS OF THE MEFOMP RABIH HAMMOUD QUTAR
P 225 ASSOCIATION OF PROTON PUMPINHIBITORS WITH HYPOMAGNESEMIA SEJAL SEJWANI BARODA, INDIA
P 226 DEVELOPMENT OF GRREN LED BASED OPTICAL BLEACHING SETUP FOR THERMOLUMINESCENCE DOSIMETRY APPLICATION MUKESH UKE MUMBAI, INDIA
P 227 INDIGENOUS TECHNOLOGY FOR RADIOACTIVITY MEASUREMENT IN FOODSTUFF AND DRINKS P. NARAYAN JODHPUR, INDIA
P 228 ESTIMATION OF MID POINT DOSE FOR CANCER CERVIX PATIENTS USINGEPID BASED IN VIVO DOSIMETRY B. GOWRI KANCHIPURAM, INDIA
P 229 COMPARING AND EVALUATING THE POST IRRADIATED EBT-3 GAFCHROMIC FLIM USING COMMERCIAL FLATBED SCANNER AND DENSOQUICK 2 DENSITOMETER S.NILAVARASU CHENNAI, INDIA
P 230 UTILIZATION OF OSLD AS THE QUALITY CONTROL INDICATOR FOR INVIVO MEASUREMENTS IN TOTAL BODY IRRADIATION KARTHIK V GURGAON, INDIA
P 231 DOSIMETRIC EFFECT OF BRASS MESH BOLUS ON SURFACE DOSE DISTRIBUTIONS ZAKIYA S. AL-RAHBI AUSTRALIA
P 232 COMPARISON OF ITO, FTO AND GOLD COATED CATHODE OF THE PCB TECHNOLOGY BASED 3D POSITIVE ION DETECTOR P. VENKATRAMAN VENKATRAMAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 233 AN IN-VITRO STUDY OF BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS AT ALL STAGES USING THE PCB TECHNOLOGY BASED NANODOSIMETER P. VENKATRAMAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 234 ASSESSMENT OF THYROID DOSES FROM SUPRA CLAVICULAR FIELD IRRADIATION OF POST-OP BREAST CANCER PATIENTS USING NANO DOT- OSLD GOMATHI R JAIPUR, INDIA
P 235 A SIMPLE AND ECONOMIC TECHNIQUE FOR ANNEALING OSLD NANO DOTS C. SENTHAMIL SELVAN COIMBATORE, INDIA
P 236 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF ELECTRON BEAM USING GEANT4 NITIN GARG CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 237 BASIC CHARACTERISTICS IN DOSIMETRY OF THE SURFACE RADIOACTIVE SOURCE HIROKI OHTANI JAPAN
P 238 THE EFFECT OF SILDENAFIL ON PERSISTENT PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN PATIENTS POST BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLASTY GARVIT GARG BARODA, INDIA
P 239 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF THE PHOTON BEAM QUALITY USING GEANT4 AND COMPARISON WITH THE ACTUAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR AMANJOT KAUR CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 240 RADIATION INDUCED HEMATOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS IN MICE AND THEIR PREVENTION BY DELONIX REGIA EXTRACT ITISHA VIJAYVARGIYA JAIPUR, INDIA
P 241 EVALUATION OF CYTOLOGICAL CHANGES DURING RADIOTHERAPY FOR ORAL CAVITY CANCERS RAJNI VERMA JAIPUR, INDIA
P 242 THE EFFECT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION FREQUENCIES OF 900 MHZ FROM MOBILE PHONE ON THE BLOOD OF SWISS ALBINO MICE NIHARIKA SHARMA JAIPUR, INDIA
P 243 PROTECTIVE EFFECT OFCARISSA CARANDASEXTRACT AGAINST DMBA/TPA INDUCED SKIN CARCINOMA IN SWISS ALBINO MICE TANUJA JAIN JAIPUR, INDIA
P 244 DOSIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF UNFLATTENED (FFFB) AND FLATTENED (FB) PHOTON BEAM ENERGY FOR GASTRIC CANCERS USING IMRT AND VMAT – A COMPARATIVE STUDY MANINDRA BHUSHAN DELHI, INDIA
P 245 SYNTHESIS AND THERMOLUMINESCENCE PROPERTIES OF RARE EARTH DOPED (TB, DY) DOPED FLUOROPEROVSKITE NAMGF3 AAYUSHI JAIN DELHI, INDIA
P 246 BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN BRAIN OF SWISS ALBINA MICE EXPOSED TO 2.45 GHZ MICROWAVES RADIATION RAJENDRA JAT JAIPUR, INDIA
P 247 BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN BLOOD OF SWISS ALBINA MICE EXPOSED TO 2.45 GHZ MICROWAVES RADIATION NAJENDRA SINGH JAIPUR, INDIA
P 248 LUNG SBRT €“ DOSIMETRY AND DELIVERY COMPARISON OF ROTATIONAL IMRT TECHNIQUE FROM LINEAR ACCELERATOR AND TOMOTHERAPY RAJESH KINHIKAR MUMBAI, INDIA
P 249 DOSIMETRIC DEPENDENCE ON COLLIMATOR ANGLE IN VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY OF HEAD AND NECK CANCERS RESMI K BHARATHAN THALASSERY, INDIA
P 250 EVALUATION OF INTRAFRACTIONAL SETUP ERRORS IN FRAMELESS SRS COMPUTED USING OPTICAL SURFACE MONITORING SYSTEM & CBCT P T PATWE MUMABI,INDIA
P 251 MEASUREMENT OF ENTRANCE SKIN DOSES IN COMMON DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY EXAMINATIONS & PROPOSED LOCAL DIAGNOSTIC REFERENCE LEVELS BHUPENDRA SINGH RANA CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 252 THE PROTON COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY WITH VIPMAN PHANTOM: A SIMULATION STUDY D Q HUY VIETNAM
P 253 SMALL FIELD AND SABR AUDITS BY THE AUSTRALIAN CLINICAL DOSIMETRY SERVICE(ACDS) S MANKTELOW AUSTRALIA
P 254 IMPROVEMENT OF MEASUREMENT ACCURACY OF LATERAL DOSE PROFILES USING SCINTILLATOR FOR CARBON PENCIL BEAM TAKUMI NARUSAWA JAPAN
P 255 THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT IMAGING RECONSTRUCTION METHODS IN ACCURACY OF QUANTITATIVE PARAMETERS AT 4DMSPECT, QGS AND ECTB SOFTWARE HABIBEH VOSOUGHI IRAN
P 256 DEVELOPMENT OF INDIGENOUS 2D AND 3D GAMMA EVALUATION SOFTWARE TOOL FOR IMRT PATIENT SPECIFIC QA ABHILASHA SAINI CHANDIGARH, INDIA
P 257 PROCESS OF STEREOTACTIC BODY RADIATION THERAPY FOR LIVER CANCER AT HUE CENTRAL HOSPITAL LE TRONG HUNG VIETNAM