The Trilogy(TM) system can be used to deliver stereotactic radiosurgery, fractionated stereotactic radiation therapy, and intensity-modulated radiosurgery, as well as 3D conformal radiotherapy, SmartBeam IMRT, and Dynamic Targeting IGRT.
What does IMRS stand for?
IMRS stands for Intensity-Modulated Radiosurgery
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We have 19 other meanings of IMRS in our Acronym Attic
- International Meeting on Radiation Processing
- Iraq Marshlands Restoration Program (USAID)
- Isua Multidisciplinary Research Project (est. 1997; geology; Greenland)
- Illinois and Midland Railroad
- Inspection Maintenance and Repair Record
- Institute of Magnetic Resonance Research (Australia)
- Insurance Medical Records Review (Genesis Claims Resolution, Inc.; Keller, TX)
- Interracial Multicultural Romance Readers (novel reading organization)
- integrated monitoring and recording system (aviation)
- Intelligent Magnetic Resonance Stimulation
- Interactive Message Response System
- Interactive Multimedia Retrieval Services
- Internet Market Research Services (UK)
- Irish Missionary Resource Service
- Issue Management Resolution System (US IRS)
- Independent Motorcycle Repair Shop Association
- Institute for Magnetic Resonance Safety, Education and Research
- Internationally Monitored Retrievable Storage System (nuclear energy)
- Internet Mail Relay Services Survey
- Industrial Maintenance Roundtable (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The new HD120 MLC multileaf collimator enables clinicians to deliver extremely precise radiosurgical treatments, including intensity-modulated radiosurgery (IMRS), and will be included with the new Novalis Tx(R) radiosurgery system that Varian is teaming up with BrainLab to offer (see related press release entitled Varian Medical Systems and BrainLAB Join Forces to Introduce Novalis Tx(R)).
The versatile Trilogy(TM) system, which is pending 510(k) clearance by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), can be used to deliver 3D conformal radiotherapy, IMRT, stereotactic radiosurgery, fractionated stereotactic radiation therapy, and intensity-modulated radiosurgery for cancer and neurosurgical treatments.