We too have been using Align RT for quite awhile but have kept with status quo with skin marks still on patients. My boss wants hard data on the accuracy of align RT before we can do away with skin marks all together. You said that from your “<span style=”color: #515151; font-family: ‘Hind Vadodara’, sans-serif; -webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;”>First data show that the “first guess” by AlignRT is in most of the cases already</span><span style=”color: #515151; font-family: ‘Hind Vadodara’, sans-serif; -webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;”> good”. Can you quantify your “good”. What analysis have you done so far? </span>
Would love to hear.
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