bixel


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A small photon intensity element used to subdivide an intensity-modulated beam for intensity distribution optimisation or dose calculations treatment planning

beam·let

(bēm'lĕt)
Also referred to as a bixel; a small photon intensity element used to subdivide an IMRT beam for the purpose of treatment calculation for radiation therapy.
Synonym(s): bixel.
[beam + -let, dim. suffix]

bixel

(bĭks′ĕl) [Fr. b(eam) + (pi)xel]
A beam element or ray in radiation oncology.
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I was going to implode it and film it,'' Stephan Smith said of the old Unocal headquarters at Fifth and Bixel streets where he and other developers ultimately built Los Angeles Center Studios around the 12-story building resembling a Cadillac grille.
Chamber President Thomas Decker said Thursday the district withdrew from negotiations with the chamber two weeks ago regarding the Bixel Street building between Third and Fourth streets.
We are excited to have reached this important milestone that we have worked toward for the past three years," said Patrick Bixel, general manager for Inflow-Pittsburgh.
Just up the hill from Belmont at Third and Bixel streets, G.
The Inflow management team and staff have a strong commitment to the highest level of quality and processes," said Patrick Bixel, general manager of the Inflow-Pittsburgh facility.
I lived in that area from 1948-1956, near Bixel and Colton, pretty close to center of that development.
All other media should use the guest parking entrance on Bixel between Maryland and 5th Street.
The 1,100-foot-tall building proposed for Third and Bixel streets was described as a monument to the city by Culver City artist Brett-Livingstone Strong and West Los Angeles developer Gary Clayman.
Inflow-Pittsburgh general manager Patrick Bixel attributes the revenue growth to larger customer contracts and operational stability and expertise.
We were thrilled to win DDI's business," said Patrick Bixel, general manager for Inflow in Pittsburgh.