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Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2017-01-23

A method of compensating for breathing and other motions of a patient during treatment includes periodically generating internal positional data about an internal target region. The method further includes generating external positional data about external motion of the patients body using an external sensor and generating a correlation between one or more positions of the internal target region and one or more positions of an external region using the external positional data of the external sensor and the internal positional data of the internal target region. The method further includes predicting the position of the internal target region at some later time based on the correlation model.


Patent
Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2016-01-25

Images that are associated with an identification of a tracking target of a patient to receive radiation treatment may be received. The images may be sorted into a sequence based on a motion of the patient. The sorted images may be provided via a graphical user interface. The sequence of the sorted images that are based on the motion of the patient may be provided.


Patent
Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2016-01-27

A radiation delivery system includes a multi-leaf collimator (MLC) that includes a housing, a plurality of leaves disposed within the housing, and an image sensor disposed within the housing at a position that is offset from a beam axis. The plurality of leaves are movable to define an aperture for the MLC, and the image sensor is directed toward the plurality of leaves. The image sensor is to generate an oblique-view image of the aperture. The radiation delivery system additionally includes a processing device to receive the oblique-view image, transform the oblique-view image into a top-view image having a reference coordinate space, and determine whether the aperture for the MLC corresponds to a specified aperture based on the top-view image.


A method includes determining a first estimate of leaf positions for a plurality of leaves of a multi-leaf collimator (MLC) in a reference coordinate space based on an image generated by an image-based aperture verification system, wherein the leaf positions for the plurality of leaves define an aperture for the MLC. The method further includes determining a second estimate of the leaf positions for the plurality of leaves in the reference coordinate space based on data from an additional source. The method further includes verifying the leaf positions for the plurality of leaves based on comparing the first estimate to the second estimate, wherein the leaf positions are verified if the first estimate deviates from the second estimate by less than a threshold value.


A non-invasive method and system for using 2D angiographic images for radiosurgical target definition uses non-invasive calibration devices and methods to calibrate an angiographic imaging system and a six-parameter registration algorithm to register angiographic images with 3D scan data for radiation treatment planning.


Patent
Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2016-01-08

A method and apparatus to automatically control the timing of an image acquisition by an imaging system in developing a correlation model of movement of a target within a patient.


Patent
Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2016-01-08

A method and apparatus to automatically control the timing of an image acquisition by an imaging system in developing a correlation model of movement of a target within a patient.


Patent
Accuray Incorporated | Date: 2016-06-28

A radiation treatment apparatus is described. The radiation treatment apparatus may include a gantry frame and a rotatable gantry structure rotatably coupled to the gantry frame, the rotatable gantry structure being rotatable around a rotation axis passing through an isocenter, with the rotatable gantry structure including a first beam member extending between first and second ends of the rotatable gantry structure. The radiation treatment apparatus may also include a radiation treatment head movably mounted to the first beam member in a manner that allows (i) translation of the radiation treatment head along the first beam member between the first and second ends, and (ii) gimballing of the radiation treatment head relative to the first beam member, the gimballing being characterized by pivotable movement in at least two independent pivot directions defined with respect to the first beam member. Non-coplanar radiation treatment of a tissue volume positioned near or around the isocenter may be achievable with the radiation treatment apparatus.


A method of image guided radiation treatment (IGRT) is described. The method may include receiving a pre-acquired image data set of the body part acquired in a reference frame generally independent of a reference frame of an IGRT apparatus, processing a first population of x-ray cone beam projection images to compute therefrom a first tomosynthesis image volume; and operating a radiation treatment head of the IGRT apparatus to deliver treatment radiation to the body part based at least in part on a comparison between the first tomosynthesis image volume a pre-acquired image data set of the body part.


A method of image-guided radiation treatment is described. The method may include acquiring digitally reconstructed radiographs (DRRs) of a patient and generating a first set of image data of part or all of the patient using imaging radiation at a first energy level and a second set of image data of part or all of the patient using imaging radiation at a second energy level, wherein the first energy level is an energy level selected within the range of 50-100 kV and the second energy level is an energy level selected within the range of 100-150 kV. The method ma also include processing the first and second sets of image data to generate an enhanced image, wherein the enhanced image comprises a combination of the first and second sets of image data, and wherein part or all of the image data comprises the target. The method may also include registering the enhanced image with the DRRs to obtain a registration result, tracking movement and position of the target using the registration result to generating tracking information, and directing a treatment delivery beam to the target based on the tracking information obtained from the enhanced image.

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