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Stephan Fröhlich, Cornel Schlossbauer, Andreas Blumhofer: Exact patient positioning by compairing reconstructed x-ray images and linac x-ray images. BrainLAB, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, February 4, 2003: US06516046 (188 worldwide citation)

A method for exact positioning of a patient for radiotherapy or radiosurgery comprising the following steps: a) pre-positioning the patient relative to a linear accelerator, b) producing at least one X-ray image of the patient or one of his/her body parts in the vicinity of the radiation treatment t ...


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Andreas Blumhofer, Stephan Fröhlich, Rainer Lachner, Cornel Schlossbauer: Method and device for accurately positioning a patient in radiotherapy and/or radiosurgery. BrainLAB, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, March 8, 2005: US06865253 (86 worldwide citation)

A method for accurately positioning a patient for radiotherapy and/or radiosurgery, comprising the following steps: the patient is pre-positioned as accurately as possible with respect to a linear accelerator; at least two x-ray images of the patient and/or one of the parts of his body in the vicini ...


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Cornel Schlossbauer, Stephan Erbel, Stephan Fröhlich: Method for breath compensation in radiation therapy. BrainLAB, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, May 4, 2004: US06731970 (66 worldwide citation)

A method for breath compensation in radiation therapy, particularly radiotherapy/radiosurgery, wherein the movement of the target volume inside the patient is detected and tracked in real time during radiation by a movement detector. Adaptation to the movement of the target volume inside the patient ...


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Stefan Vilsmeier, Cornel Schlossbauer, Stephan Erbel, Ulf Labsik: Volumetric imaging on a radiotherapy apparatus. BrainLAB, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, January 29, 2008: US07324626 (5 worldwide citation)

Volumetric imaging on a radiotherapy apparatus, wherein a body, of which a volumetric image data set is to be produced, is positioned on a couch of the radiotherapy apparatus, and the couch or a bearing area of the couch or the body itself is rotated about a spatially fixed axis. During rotation, mu ...


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Andreas Wackerle, Cornel Schlossbauer, Stephan Erbel, Stephan Frohlich: Patient positioning system for radiotherapy/radiosurgery based on stereoscopic X-ray unit. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, March 4, 2004: US20040042583-A1

The invention relates to: a patient positioning system for radiosurgery and/or radiotherapy, in particular with the aid of a LINAC and based on stereoscopic x-ray images; a calibration system, in particular for a patient positioning system; an image recorder and/or detector arranging device, in part ...


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Cornel Schlossbauer, Stephan Erbel, Stephan Frohlich: Method for breath compensation in radiation therapy. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, July 11, 2002: US20020091314-A1

The invention relates to a method for breath compensation in radiation therapy, particularly radiotherapy/radiosurgery, wherein the movement of the target volume inside the patient is detected and tracked in real time during radiation by a movement detection means, and wherein adaptation to the move ...


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Andreas Blumhofer, Stephan Frohlich, Rainer Lachner, Cornel Schlossbauer: Method and device for accurately positioning a patient in radiotherapy and/or radiosurgery. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, July 4, 2002: US20020085668-A1

The invention relates to a method for accurately positioning a patient for radiotherapy and/or radiosurgery, comprising the following steps: the patient is pre-positioned as accurately as possible with respect to a linear accelerator; at least two x-ray images of the patient and/or one of the parts ...


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Stefan Vilsmeier, Cornel Schlossbauer, Stephan Erbel, Ulf Labsik: Volumetric imaging on a radiotherapy apparatus. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, March 9, 2006: US20060050848-A1

Volumetric imaging on a radiotherapy apparatus, wherein a body, of which a volumetric image data set is to be produced, is positioned on a couch of the radiotherapy apparatus, and the couch or a bearing area of the couch or the body itself is rotated about a spatially fixed axis. During rotation, mu ...



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