Circular collimator arc versus dynamic conformal arc treatment planning for linac-based stereotactic radiosurgery of an intracranial small single lesion: a perspective of lesion asymmetry
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Radiat Oncol
Circular collimator arcs
Dynamic conformal arcs
Linac-based stereotactic radiosurgery
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CitationLee, Y. C., & Kim, Y. (2019). Circular collimator arc versus dynamic conformal arc treatment planning for linac-based stereotactic radiosurgery of an intracranial small single lesion: a perspective of lesion asymmetry. Radiation Oncology, 14(1), 91.
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AbstractBackground: Although circular collimator arcs (CCA) and dynamic conformal arcs (DCA) are commonly used linear accelerator-based treatment planning techniques for intracranial stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) of a small single lesion, these two techniques have not been rigorously compared in terms of tumor shape. Therefore, this study compared clinical CCA plans with re-planned DCA plans using conformity index (CI) and V12Gy (volume of normal brain tissue receiving 12 Gy or higher) from a perspective of asymmetry (Asym) of planning target volume (PTV). Methods: Ninety-five clinical CCA plans delivered for a small single lesion with PTV size < 1.4 cm3 were selected and re-planned using DCA. PTV Asym (%) was defined and calculated from three dimensions of PTV. A pair of the 95 plans was first considered as one group without grouping and then categorized into two groups with respective to either PTV size or PTV Asym, and four groups with respect to PTV size and PTV Asym. For grouping, median values of PTV size and PTV Asym were used. A non-parametric paired test was performed for CI and V12Gy to compare CCA and DCA plans in each group. Results: Median values of PTV size and PTV Asym were 0.415 cm3 (range: 0.076 cm3–1.369 cm3) and 6.12% (range: 0.52–25.74%), respectively. DCA plans had a lower average CI value than CCA plans for all groups. CCA plans had a smaller average V12Gy value than DCA plans for lesions with PTV Asym ≤6.12%, while CCA and DCA plans had similar average V12Gy values for lesions with PTV Asym > 6.12%. Conclusions: The DCA technique is recommended when a lesion has PTV Asym > 6.12% regardless of PTV size. For lesions with PTV Asym ≤6.12%, a technique choice would depend on the preference of CI or V12Gy.
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