ESTRO 2020 Abstract book

S72 ESTRO 2020

A rigid translation was performed on the contours, of equal size but opposite direction to the liver dome CC position, to correct for respiratory motion. Subsequently, the remaining rigid motion was analysed by calculating: 1) the centre of mass (COM) for all contours, 2) the standard deviation (SD) over the COM per slice and 3) the mean of these COM SDs over all slices of the four volunteers. Non- rigid motion was characterized by: 1) absolute gastric wall position SD in eight equiangular points from the COM (Q 1-8 ) and 2) gastric wall motility, defined as the squared difference between absolute gastric wall position SD and COM SD. Figure 1 shows a coronal MR image along with the gastric contour, Q 1-8 and COM.

Conclusion This study indicates that rigid motion dominates intra- fractional gastric wall motility and is strongly correlated with respiratory motion. Rigid motion is a factor 2.8 larger than non-rigid motion in the CC direction.

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Results Figure 2A shows the average motion standard deviations for the four volunteers. For the COM SD, the median ± interquartile range (IQR) over all slices and volunteers was 2.0 ± 0.8 mm and 2.2 ± 0.5 mm in LR and CC directions, respectively. The median gastric wall motility ± IQR was 1.5 ± 0.4 mm and 1.4 ± 0.4 mm in LR and CC directions, respectively. Respiratory CC motion variability was considerably higher than CC wall motility, on average with a factor of 2.8. Gastric motion differed considerably between stomach segments (Figure 2B). The higher LR variability in Q 1 and Q 5 is mainly due to out-of-plane motion.

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