Gastrointestinal Cancer

Panel 01 - (INTERACTIVE) HyTEC Report: SBRT/SABR in Abdominal Regions

10/21/2018
1:15 PM - 2:45 PM
Location: Room 301

Session Type: Panel
1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
1.50 CAMPEP Credits
1.50 MDCB Credits

Adrenal, pancreas and liver tumors have been successfully treated with stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT)/stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR), and a sufficient amount of data has been published to begin quantitative analyses of tumor control and dose tolerance. Dose-response models are the foundation of dose tolerance guidelines in the Rubin and Casarett textbook (1), the Emami paper (2), and in QUANTEC (3), and the goal of the High Dose per Fraction/Hypofractionated Treatment Effects in the Clinic (HyTEC) project is to apply this methodology to SBRT. HyTEC is organized by disease site to review and analyze the relevant SBRT literature. In this session, we will be presenting models that were derived from the published data to predict the dose response relationship between hypofractionated SBRT doses and tumor control probability for adrenal, pancreas and liver tumors, as well as normal tissue complication rates of liver and the gastrointestinal tract after abdominal SBRT.

Learning Objectives:

Presentations:

Jimm Grimm, PhD

Disclosure:
Employment
Johns Hopkins University: Employee: Employee

Ownership
DiversiLabs, LLC: Patent/License Fees/Copyright

Leadership
AAPM SBRT Working Group: Co-Chair

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Ellen Yorke, PhD, FASTRO

Disclosure:
Employment
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Attending Physicist: Employee

Leadership
AAPM: Co-chair of WGSBRT, member at large of Board of Directors

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