Evaluating Accuracy, Completion Time and Usability of Everyday Touch Devices for Contouring

ASTRO 2022

Abstract

Adaptive radiation therapy aims to account for patients’ continuous anatomical changes and update the treatment plans on a daily basis. Despite the potential benefits, technological limitations hinder clinical adoption: daily re-evaluation of contours associated with adaptive planning is time-intensive and difficult to access, and often requires direct provider input which classically involves visualizing and editing contours on immobile desktop computers. This project evaluated the efficacy of everyday touch devices (i.e., tablet and phone) for contouring using a novel cross-platform interface.

Publication
International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics
Matin Yarmand
Matin Yarmand
Ph.D. Student
Chen Chen
Chen Chen
Ph.D. Student
Nadir Weibel
Nadir Weibel
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

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