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Respiratory motion in image-guided radiotherapy remains a challenge to the safe and effective delivery of these treatment regimens. Movement of internal organs in the abdomen due to patient breathing negatively affects imaging accuracy, particularly for the lungs and nearby organs, and can even make dose-calculations difficult in some cases. Motion during treatment also reduces the effective dosage on the tumor while exposing surrounding normal tissue to unwanted exposure to radiation.

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