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Cancer Care Ontario SparKit SparKit

Introduction and Acknowledgements

Authors: Csaba Pinter (PerkLab, Queen's University), Andras Lasso (PerkLab, Queen's University), Kevin Wang (Radiation Medicine Program, Princess Margaret Hospital, University Health Network Toronto)
Contributors: Greg Sharp (Massachusetts General Hospital), Steve Pieper (Isomics)
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Website: slicerrt.org
License: Slicer license

Extension Description

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SlicerRT is one of the themes of the SparKit (Software Platform and Adaptive Radiotherapy Kit) project with the goal of making 3D Slicer a powerful radiotherapy research platform. SparKit is a project funded by Cancer Care Ontarioand the Ontario Consortium for Adaptive Interventions in Radiation Oncology (OCAIRO) to provide free, open-source toolset for radiotherapy and related image-guided interventions.

The SlicerRT extension incorporates Plastimatch modules and algorithms.

Modules

Important note: BSpline Deformable registration and LANDWARP modules do not show up for Slicer 4.2 on Mac

Use Cases

  • Comparison of dose maps and dose volume histograms from various treatment planning systems
  • Evaluation of the effect of image-based non-rigid patient motion compensation
  • Dose accumulation with motion compensation
SlicerRT highlights

Tutorials

  • Summer NA-MIC week 2013 tutorial
    • Tutorial presentation: download from Slicer wiki
    • Sample data: download from MIDAS
  • ECR 2013 - Medical University Vienna workshop
    • Workshop material: download from NA-MIC.org
  • RSNA 2012 tutorial
  • Summer NA-MIC week 2012 tutorial
    • Tutorial presentation: download from the SlicerRT website
    • Sample data: download from the SlicerRT website

Similar Extensions

  • Plastimatch: SlicerRT and Plastimatch are complementary software libraries. Plastimatch focuses on delivering new computational methods radiotherapy, while SlicerRT aims for providing an easy-to-use interface for a wide range of stable, well-tested radiotherapy related features. SlicerRT uses Plastimatch internally for certain operations.

References

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