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    Stephanie A. Terezakis, Shannon M. MacDonald, editor.
    Intro; Preface; Contents; 1: Central Nervous System Normal Structures; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Visual System; 1.2.1 Lens; 1.2.2 Retina; 1.2.3 Optic Nerves, Chiasm, and Optic Tracts; 1.2.4 Visual Impairment; 1.3 Hypothalamus/Pituitary Gland; 1.4 Temporal Lobe; 1.4.1 Hippocampus; 1.5 Brainstem; 1.6 Temporal Bone: Cochleas; 1.6.1 Ototoxicity; References; 2: Noncentral Nervous System Normal Structures; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Head and Neck; 2.2.1 Head and Neck OAR (Fig. 2.1); 2.3 Chest; 2.3.1 Chest OAR (Fig. 2.2); 2.3.1.1 Lungs; 2.3.1.2 Heart Subsegments (Fig. 2.3) 2.3.1.3 Major Vessels2.3.1.4 Ribs and Chest Wall; 2.3.1.5 Brachial Plexus; 2.3.1.6 Spinal Cord; 2.3.1.7 Esophagus; 2.4 Abdomen; 2.4.1 Abdominal OAR (Fig. 2.4); 2.4.1.1 Liver; 2.4.1.2 Kidneys; 2.4.1.3 Bowel; 2.4.1.4 Pancreas; 2.4.1.5 Spleen; 2.5 Pelvis; 2.5.1 Pelvic OAR (Fig. 2.5); 2.6 Extremities; 2.6.1 Extremity OAR (Fig. 2.6); References; 3: Medulloblastoma; 3.1 Background; 3.1.1 Histology; 3.1.2 Staging; 3.1.3 Principles of Management; 3.2 Craniospinal Irradiation Contouring; 3.3 Focal Boosts to Resection Bed Plus Margins in Average-Risk Medulloblastoma 3.4 Whole Posterior Fossa Boosts in High-Risk Medulloblastoma3.5 Metastases; References; 4: Ependymoma; 4.1 Background and Epidemiology; 4.1.1 Pre-radiotherapy Imaging and Evaluation; 4.2 Management and Treatment of Intracranial Childhood Ependymoma; 4.2.1 Intracranial Ependymoma: Principles of Management; 4.2.2 Intracranial Ependymoma (Nondisseminated): General Considerations for Radiotherapy; 4.3 Management and Treatment of Childhood Spinal Ependymoma; 4.3.1 Spinal Cord Ependymoma: Principles of Management; 4.3.2 Spinal Cord Ependymoma: General Considerations for Radiotherapy 4.4 Special Considerations4.4.1 Disseminated Ependymoma; References; Suggested Reading; 5: Pediatric Intracranial Germinomas; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Diagnostic Workup, Stratification, and Staging; 5.3 Evolution of Radiation Fields; 5.4 Treatment Paradigm; 5.5 Simulation and Daily Localization; 5.6 Radiation Technique and Target Delineation (See Figs. 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, and 5.8); 5.7 Late Toxicity; References; 6: Craniopharyngioma; 6.1 Background; 6.1.1 Epidemiology; 6.1.2 Histologic Subtypes; 6.2 Presenting Findings and Anatomic Relationships; 6.3 Imaging 6.4 Surgery6.5 Radiotherapy; 6.5.1 Radiotherapy Techniques; 6.5.2 Planning and Simulation; 6.5.3 Image Fusion; 6.5.4 Normal Tissue Delineation; 6.5.5 Gross Tumor Volume Delineation; 6.5.6 Clinical Target Volume; 6.5.7 Planning Target Volume; 6.5.7.1 Imaging; 6.5.7.2 Operative Procedure; 6.5.7.3 Radiotherapy Planning; 6.5.7.4 Imaging; References; 7: Gliomas in Children; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Background; 7.3 Imaging; 7.4 General Principles; 7.5 Cases; 7.5.1 Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA); 7.5.2 Low-Grade (Grade 2) Glioma; 7.5.3 High-Grade Glioma
    Digital Access  Springer 2019