Vol. 2, 2017

Original research papers

Medical Physics

COMPARTMENT BIOKINETIC MODEL FOR 90Y-DOTATOC

Marija Ž. Jeremić, Milovan Matović, Suzana Pantović, Dragoslav Nikezić, Goran Ristić, Dragana Krstić

Pages: 163-166

DOI: 10.21175/RadProc.2017.33

Biokinetic of 90Y-DOTATOC in human body during treatment of neuroendocrine and medullary thyroid tumors is described in this work. For this purpose, the human body may be represented by 4 compartments: blood, kidneys, urinary bladder and tumor. System of differential equations was developed a whose solution is presented in this paper. The aim is the determination of transfer coefficients between individual compartments for a better estimation of the dose in the tumor and other organs of the human body. A computer program is written in standard Fortran90 programming language.
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