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Développement d'un système dosimétrique pour la radiologie interventionnelle

Abstract : The prevention of the radio-induced biological effects in interventional radiology require a complete estimation of the patient skin and organs exposition. In this context, a software allowing a precise and fast postoperative reconstruction of the patient’s dosimetry using the Monte Carlo method was developed. The use of advanced methods of variance reduction and voxelized navigation allows a significant improvement in computing time. Last generation anthropomorphic phantoms, coupled with the reading of the irradiation parameters, allow to take realistic account of the patient's anatomy and the geometry of the machine. The precision of the Monte Carlo modelization associated with a reduced execution time as well as a complete automation makes this tool particularly suitable for a systematic calculation in interventional radiology.
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Thomas Deschler. Développement d'un système dosimétrique pour la radiologie interventionnelle. Physique [physics]. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAE016⟩. ⟨tel-02966545⟩

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