10 January 2017 Erratum: Monte Carlo investigation of the dosimetric effect of the Autoscan ultrasound probe for guidance in radiotherapy
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Abstract
A revised version of this paper, published originally on 2016, was published on 6 January, 2017, replacing the original paper. To correct for a set-up error, the simulated treatment plan was re-run using CT images of a solid water phantom with/without the Autoscan US probe in contact with its surface. The revised paper is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2216653.

Changes to original text:

  • Section 2.2
  • 1. A solid water phantom is employed as opposed to a Rando phantom.

    2. Figure 1 is changed to illustrate new phantom.

  • Section 2.3
  • 1. New treatment isocentre.

    2. Figure 3 is changed to illustrate dose distribution in new phantom.

  • Section 3.2
  • 1. Text of first paragraph has been revised to reflect new results.

    2. Table 2 has been revised to reflect new results.

    3. Figure 6 has been revised to reflect new results.

  • Section 4
  • 1. Text of second paragraph has been revised to reflect new results.

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    Michael Martyn, Tuathan O'Shea, Emma Harris, Jeffrey C. Bamber, Stephen Gilroy, Mark J. Foley, "Erratum: Monte Carlo investigation of the dosimetric effect of the Autoscan ultrasound probe for guidance in radiotherapy", Proc. SPIE 9790, Medical Imaging 2016: Ultrasonic Imaging and Tomography, 97902A (10 January 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2271153; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2271153
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