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Adaptive Radiotherapy Using Plan Selection for Bladder Cancer (plan selection)

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Last updated:3rd Jan 2013
This protocol describes a Phase 2 clinical trial of online adaptive Radiotherapy, using a library of 3 dose plans corresponding to Small, Medium and Large size bladder. The procedure includes 'Common Toxicity Criteria for Adverse Effects'(CTCAE) for registration of adverse effects (baseline, every 2'nd week during RT, 2 weeks, 3, 6, 12 and 24 month after RT) as well as cineMR for intra-fractional motion (baseline and every week during RT). Patients receive standard non-adaptive RT in the first week. Delineations of the bladder on the Cone-Beam scans (CBCT) from first week of treatment are used for planning the Small and Medium size bladder plans. Large size plan are the standard non-adaptive treatment plan used for the first week of treatment. A margin of 5 mm for intra fractional movement is used.
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Study start date 2013-01-03

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