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The Role of Audiovisual Biofeedback on Image Quality During 4D Anatomic and Functional Imaging
Trial ID: NCT01172041
This study will investigate whether audiovisual biofeedback, in which visual and audio cues are used to regulate the patient's breathing, can increase the image quality of 4D CT and 4D PET scans.
Investigating the Role of Audiovisual Biofeedback on Image Quality During 4D Anatomic and Functional Imaging
Required for inclusion in this study are:
- Informed consent
- Diagnosis of AJCC Stage I-III lung cancer of any histology to be treated using
radiotherapy at Stanford Cancer Center
- Age 18 or greater
- Painfree in supine position
- Karnofsky performance status 50 or greater
The inclusion of educationally disadvantaged, decisionally impaired or homeless people are
allowed if informed consent, in the opinion of the consenting investigator (study PI, co-PI
or research nurse), is obtained.
- Pregnant women
- Stanford employees
- Stanford students
- Prisoners will be eligible for the study.
device: Real time position management system
device: LS PET/CT
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