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Keywords: Contour Extraction
PO-GePV-M-9Auto Segmentation Model for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Using U-Net with Convolutional Block Attention Modules
K Yamamoto1*, R Nakagami1, M Nakano2, H Ishiyama2, Y Tanaka3, T Hasegawa1, M Hashimoto1, (1) Kitasato University School of Allied Health Sciences, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, JP, (2) Kitasato University School of Medicine, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, JP, (3) Kitasato University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, JP
PO-GePV-M-48Automatic Quantification of Organ at Risk Contour Overlap and Separation in Radiotherapy
J Brooks1*, A Anand2, R Foote1, D Hobbis2, A Jackson3, J Lucido1, J Ma1, D Pafundi3, S Patel2, Y Rong2, D Routman1, B Stish1, E Tryggestad1, S Yaddanapudi3, D Moseley1, (1) Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN (2) Mayo Clinic Arizona, Phoenix, AZ (3) Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, FL
PO-GePV-M-50A Radiomics Application of the Two-Stage Clustering Algorithm for Finding Classes From a Large Sample with Many Variables
Y Watanabe*, N Gopishankar, (1) University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, (2) AIIMS, Delhi, India
PO-GePV-M-204Integration of Color Diffusion Tensor Tractography Images Into Contouring Workflows with Commercial Software
Z Grelewicz*, K Tatebe, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
SU-E-201-4Deep-Learning-Based Auto Segmentation (DLAS) of Organs at Risk in the Head and Neck Region: A Clinical Evaluation
C Johnson*, P Tsai, G Yu, C Apinorasethkul, L Hu, W Xiong, A Zhai, R Press, H Lin, S Huang, New York Proton Center, New York, NY
SU-E-BRB-6Developing Clinical Pipeline to Translate Deep Learning Based Auto-Segmentation Models for Radiotherapy Planning
M Lin*, T Bai, B Wang, D Nguyen, Y Gonzalez, J Wu, Y Yan, X Jia, A Godley, S Jiang, W Lu, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr, Dallas, TX
SU-H430-IePD-F5-3A Sensitivity Analysis On the Relationship Between Dose and Overlap Metrics for Head & Neck Normal Tissues
B Marquez1,2*, C Owens1,2, K Huang1,2, M El Basha1,2, R Mumme2, C Nguyen2, C Peterson1,2, D Fuentes1,2, T Whitaker1,2, T Netherton1,2, L Court1,2,(1) University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston, TX, (2) MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX