Treatment Plan

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The Treatment Plan is a 1 to 6 page document. You may optionally elect to not print all 6 pages, but you MUST print at least one of the pages. There are numerous options provided to customize the content and layout of the document.

  • Page 1 provides a table of patient identifiers, date & time of treatment, some radionuclide, plaque and tumor properties, an optional photo ID of the patient, a facial view of the plaque and a miniature retinal diagram showing tumor location.
  • On page 2 there is a table of point dose calculations along the central axis of the plaque (or tumor), at the prescription point, lens, macula, etc... and a plot of dose at points extending radially from the optic disc center for 3 mm along the optic nerve. Image options include a thumbnail of the fundus image, a radiation safety survey and/or a user customizable picture.
  • Page 3 contains thumbnails of any multiplanar reconstructions (e.g CT or MRI) used to model the eye.
  • Page 4 prints the Image window's two ultrasound images used to measure or model the tumor height and/or base and optionally the Fundus group's "Eye" picture (e.g. EyePic.jpg) which is expected to be a slit lamp frontal view of the eye to provide surgical guidance with a meridian compass superimposed over the iris. Note: if a frontal view is not needed, any picture can be loaded into the "Eye" buffer and thus printed on this page.
  • Page 5 lists institutional and treatment planning contact information with options for a radiation safety survey form and/or the user customizable picture.
  • Page 6 prints the additional three miscellaneous documentation pictures.
  • The print buttons at the upper left of the window initiate either single document or document group printing.
  • The checkboxes in the document group bar located just below the document selection tool bar at the top of the window indicate which documents will be included in group printing.
  • The page advance buttons located at the bottom of the window and duplicated for convenience at the right edge of the document group bar change the page being previewed.
  • You can customize document preferences by clicking the Options button or by double-clicking in the middle of the document window.
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