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Dose-response measurement in gel dosimeter using various imaging modalities

さまざまな画像診断技術を用いたゲル線量計の線量応答測定

藤淵 俊王*; 川村 拓*; 山梨 宏一*; 廣木 章博; 山下 真一*; 田口 光正; 佐藤 裕一*; 三村 功一*; 牛場 洋明*; 沖原 徹*

Fujibuchi, Toshio*; Kawamura, Taku*; Yamanashi, Koichi*; Hiroki, Akihiro; Yamashita, Shinichi*; Taguchi, Mitsumasa; Sato, Yuichi*; Mimura, Koichi*; Ushiba, Hiroaki*; Okihara, Toru*

Measurement methods that accurately measure radiation dose distribution in a three dimensional manner in order to allow comparisons of treatment plans are needed for quality assurance. One such measurement method involves the use of a polymer gel dosimeter to measure the dose distribution in three dimensions. During irradiation, a polymerization reaction makes new chemical bonds and induces changes of the chemical structure of the gel of the gel dosimeter. In the present study, dose-response measurement of an environment-friendly material used in the gel dosimeter was performed by imaging with computed tomography (CT) and R1, R2, and fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery (FLAIR) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) under various imaging conditions. Dose-response characteristics in the gel dosimeter used in the experiment were observed at doses of 5-20 Gy administered by X-ray CT and MRI. Although the FLAIR signal was a relative value, the dose-response values with FLAIR were excellent compared to those with R1, R2, and CT. Determination of more appropriate imaging conditions could help expand the dose-response parameters of each measurement method.

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