Image guided radiation therapy

Image guided radiation therapy (IGRT) is very useful in areas of the body that move a lot, such as the lungs.


Overview

Image guided radiation therapy (IGRT) is a radiation therapy technique that utilises the most advanced imaging equipment and computer software.

This includes MRI, CT and x-ray to increase the radiation therapists ability to precisely target a tumour with radiation beams.

This type of therapy is very useful in areas of the body that move a lot, such as the lungs.

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Knowing what to expect can help you prepare for your first radiation therapy visit.
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Frequently asked questions

Learn answers to some common concerns and misconceptions about radiation therapy.
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  • Level B3, Bowen Specialist Medical Centre 98 Churchill Drive Crofton Downs Wellington 6035