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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-884511

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Objective:Before the radiotherapy was performed, patients with pelvic tumors were analyzed for the consistency of bladder filling in the three steps of " Immobilization" , " CT Simulation" and " X-ray Simulation" .Methods:In 2014, 105 patients (68 cases of cervical cancer, 32 cases of rectal cancer, 3 cases of vaginal cancer and 2 cases of prostate cancer) with pelvic tumor radiotherapy were randomly assigned to monitor bladder urine volume to a target urine volume of 400 ml. First, patient were exhorted to empty the bladder, and the bladder volume meter BVI 9400 was used to measure the urine volume of the patient after emptying of the bladder. The patient immediately drank about 540 ml of water and suppressed urine, measurements were taken every 0.5 h. At the same time, when the patient complained of " urgency of urine" , bladder urine volume would be measured again and the time would also be recorded. Every other half an hour (emptying, 0.5 h after emptying, 1.0 h after emptying), when complaining of " urgency of urine" , when actually performing urine volume and time were described as: U 0 and t 0, U 0.5 and t 0.5, U 1.0 and t 1.0, U t and t, U T and T. Results:There was a statistically significant difference in gender and age, and women had stronger ability to urinate than men U 1.0( P=0.003), young people had stronger ability to urinate than middle-aged U 1.0( P=0.002). In the three-step comparison, there was no statistically difference between 1 hour after emptying urine volume U 1.0( P=0.177) and the actually performing urine volume U T ( P=0.052). And the final urine volume was concentrated at 298-526 ml. After the patient emptied the urine volume and complained of " urgency of urine" , the time slot was t=(75.2±49.9) min, with the urine volume of U t=(331.2±140.3) ml. And there was no statistically difference between U t and U T ( P=0.198) at X-ray Simulation. Conclusions:The patient emptied the bladder and immediately drank 540 ml of water. After 1 hour of suppressing urine, he complained of " urgency of urine" and achieved the target urine volume (400 ml). At this time, the bladder urine volume U 1.0 was consistency in the immobilization, CT Simulation, and X-ray Simulation.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-796687

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Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) image based on a single layer of image and the choice of regions of interest (ROI) is affected by individual subjectivity, making it difficult to compare the image quality. In this article, a quantitative evaluation method of CBCT image quality based on three-dimensional parameters was proposed, which was extended from single layer to multi-layer and from pixel to voxel. The selection range of ROI was discussed to reduce the error of artificial selection and realize the quantitative evaluation of image quality by three-dimensional parameters.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-791433

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Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) image based on a single layer of image and the choice of regions of interest (ROI) is affected by individual subjectivity,making it difficult to compare the image quality.In this article,a quantitative evaluation method of CBCT image quality based on threedimensional parameters was proposed,which was extended from single layer to multi-layer and from pixel to voxel.The selection range of ROI was discussed to reduce the error of artificial selection and realize the quantitative evaluation of image quality by three-dimensional parameters.

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