Numerous patients have been treated with MRidian as part of a clinical trial or in routine clinical practice. This has led to several peer reviewed scientific publications. Hereby a non-exhaustive list of published data.


ViewRay Launches Clinical Trial Following Compelling Early Pancreatic Cancer Data with MRIdian System First Initiative Based on Retrospective Study That Suggests Potential for Significantly Prolonged Survival

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Re-irradiation of Recurrent and Second Primary Head and Neck Cancer.

Advances in Radiation Oncology

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Dosimetric validation of a magnetic resonance image gated radiotherapy system using a motion phantom and radiochromic film.

J. Applied Clin. Physics

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Feasibility evaluation of diffusion-weighted imaging using an integrated MRI- radiotherapy system for response assessment to neoadjuvant therapy in rectal cancer.

The British Journal of Radiology

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Dosimetric Comparison of Real-Time MRI-Guided Tri-Cobalt-60 Versus Linear Accelerator-Based Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Lung Cancer Plans.

Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment

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Feasibility of magnetic resonance imaging–guided liver stereotactic body radiation therapy: A comparison between modulated tri-cobalt-60 teletherapy and linear accelerator–based intensity modulated radiation therapy.

Practical Radiation Oncology

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Online Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy: First Clinical Applications.

International Journal of Radiation Oncology*Biology*Physics

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Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Radiation Therapy for External Beam Accelerated Partial-Breast Irradiation: Evaluation of Delivered Dose and Intrafractional Cavity Motion.

International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics

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Technical Note: Dosimetric effects of couch position variability on treatment plan quality with an MRI‐guided Co‐60 radiation therapy machine

Medical Physics

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A comparative study of automatic image segmentation algorithms for target tracking in MR-IGRT.

Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics

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