This study describes the development and evaluation of a new dosimetric system for proton therapy
using an array of fiber-optic Cerenkov radiation sensors (AFCRS). The AFCRS was superior to a conventional,
multi-layer ion chamber (MLIC) system in real-time data acquisition and cost effectiveness.
Jaeman Son a,b, Meyoung Kim c, Dongho Shin a,?, Uijung Hwang d, Sebyeong Lee a, Youngkyung Lim a,
Jeonghoon Park a, Sung yong Park e, Kwanho Cho a, Daeyong Kim a, Kyoung Won Jang f,
Myonggeun Yoon b,?
a Proton Therapy Center, National Cancer Center, Goyang; b Department of Bio-Convergence Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea; c Research Center,
Dongnam Institute of Radiological & Medical Sciences, Busan, Republic of Korea; d Radiation Oncology, National Medical Center, Seoul; e Great Lakes Cancer Institute, McLaren
Regional Medical Center, Flint, USA; and f Department of Medical Engineering, Konkuk University, Chungju, Republic of Korea
Son J et al. Development of a novel proton dosimetry system using an array of fiber-optic Cerenkov radiation sensors.
Radiother Oncol (2015)