Publications of Selma BEN MUSTAPHA
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See detailThe status of radiation oncology (RO) teaching to medical students in Europe
BEN MUSTAPHA, Selma ULiege; Meijnders, paul; COUCKE, Philippe ULiege et al

in Clinical and Translational Radiation Oncology (2019)

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See detailFeasibility evaluation of prone breast irradiation with the Sagittilt© system including residual-intrafractional error assessment
Lakosi, Ferenc; GULYBAN, Akos ULiege; BEN MUSTAPHA, Selma ULiege et al

in Cancer Radiotherapie (2016), 3429

Purpose:Feasibility evaluation of the Sagittilt© prone breast board system (Orfit Industries, Wijnegem, Belgium) for radiotherapy focusing on patient and staff satisfaction, treatment time, treatment ... [more ▼]

Purpose:Feasibility evaluation of the Sagittilt© prone breast board system (Orfit Industries, Wijnegem, Belgium) for radiotherapy focusing on patient and staff satisfaction, treatment time, treatment reproducibility with the assessment of residual-intrafractional errors. Material and methods: Thirty-six patients underwent whole-breast irradiation in prone position. Seventeen received a sequential boost (breast: 42.56 Gy in 16 fractions, boost: 10 Gy in five fractions), while 19 patients received a concomitant boost protocol (breast/boost: 45.57/55.86 Gy in 21 fractions). Treatment verification included a daily online cone-beam CT (CBCT). In order to assess the residual and residual-intrafractional errors post-treatment CBCTs were performed systematically at the first five treatment sessions. Treatment time, patient comfort, staff satisfaction were also evaluated. Results: The pretreatment CBCT resulted in a population systematic error of 4.5/3.9/3.3 mm in lateral/longitudinal/vertical directions, while the random error was 5.4/3.8/2.8 mm. Without correction these would correspond to a clinical to planning target volume margin of 15.0/12.3/10.3 mm. The population systematic and random residual-intrafractional errors were 1.5/0.9/1.7 mm and 1.7/1.9/1.6 mm. Patient and staffs’ satisfaction were considered good and average. The mean treatment session time was 21 minutes (range: 13–40 min). Conclusion: The Sagittilt© system seems to be feasible for breast irradiation and well-tolerated by patients, acceptable to radiographers and reasonable in terms of treatment times. Set-up accuracy was comparable with other prone systems; residual errors need further investigations. [less ▲]

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See detailBone mass of the calvarium
SIMONI, Paolo ULiege; STULKO, Jennifer ULiege; BEN MUSTAPHA, Selma ULiege et al

in Skeletal Radiology (2013), 42

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