Planning software ELEMENTS CRANIAL SRS
for radiosurgeryhospitalvisualization

planning software
planning software
planning software
planning software
planning software
planning software
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Application domain
for radiosurgery, hospital
visualization, planning, radiation dose monitoring, treatment
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Elements Cranial SRS Inherent Intelligence for Cranial Indications Elements Cranial SRS is an efficient treatment planning tool for cranial indications with a high degree of automation. Efficient Treatment Planning for Cranial Indications Treatment planning systems generally simplify planning by using a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. Cranial SRS, however, is a unique application that optimizes the planning process based on a specific cranial indication. Indications include but are not limited to arteriovenous malformation (AVM), pituitary adenoma, vestibular schwannoma, meningioma and large metastases Flexibility to configure planning templates according to individual clinical protocols Automatic detection of cranial organs at risk (OARs) saves user time and enables consistency Arc Trajectory Optimization Optimal placement of non-coplanar arcs is a challenging task for even the most experienced planners. High plan quality can be achieved by leveraging a 4Pi optimization algorithm and clinically-generated controls that unite all the options and benefits demanded by Cranial SRS. Selection of table angles is automatically generated for optimal placement based on the most critical OARs dependent upon indication Gantry starting and stopping angle as well as table angle vary according to OARs to complete trajectory optimization VMAT optimization takes trajectory optimization into account to create an optimized deliverable plan


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