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On-Table Adaptive Radiation Therapy

1. Technology
2. Target for Treatment
3. Comparison with Current Radiation Therapy
4. Medical Treatment Fee


1. Technology

Using a combination of Cobalt-60 radiation source and a superconducting magnet, the system will be able to provide real time high-quality soft-tissue imaging with 3D anatomical structure during the treatment. Precision radiation therapy became possible now that we are able to see the target and critical structures where the radiation dose is actually being delivered.

The MRIdian System


2.Target for Treatment

Solid tumors localized in the target, solid tumors where lesions other than the target are controlled.


3.Comparison with current radiation therapy

Solid tumors localized in the target, solid tumors where lesions other than the target are controlled

1) Advantages


2) Comparison

Soft tissue imaging

3) Advantages of MRIdian

3)	Advantages of MRIdian 01

3)	Advantages of MRIdian 02


4.Medical Treatment Fee

Not covered by Japanese health insurance
Private medical treatment (\2.1M including tax)
Application for advanced medical care in preparation

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