Monte Carlo simulation of carbon ion radiotherapy for the human eye

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PANG Cheng-Guo, SU You-Wu, WANG Wen-Jun, LUO Xiao-Ming, XU Jun-Ku, LI Wu-Yuan, YUAN Jiao and YAO Ze-En. Monte Carlo simulation of carbon ion radiotherapy for the human eye[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2015, 39(1): 018201. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/39/1/018201
PANG Cheng-Guo, SU You-Wu, WANG Wen-Jun, LUO Xiao-Ming, XU Jun-Ku, LI Wu-Yuan, YUAN Jiao and YAO Ze-En. Monte Carlo simulation of carbon ion radiotherapy for the human eye[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2015, 39(1): 018201.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/39/1/018201 shu
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Monte Carlo simulation of carbon ion radiotherapy for the human eye

    Corresponding author: PANG Cheng-Guo,

Abstract: Carbon ion is the mostly common used particle in heavy ion radiotherapy. In this paper, the carbon ion dose in tumor treatment for human eye was calculated with FLUKA code. An 80 MeV/u carbon beam was irradiated into the human eye from two directions. The first was from the lateral-forward direction, which was a typical therapeutic condition. In this case, a maximum dose was deposited in the tumor volume. In the second a beam was irradiated into eyes from the forward direction to simulate a patient gazing directly into treatment beam during therapy, which may cause a certain medical accident. This method can be used for a treatment plan in heavy ion radiotherapy.

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