isocenter

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i·so·cen·ter

(ī'sō-sen'tĕr)
The convergence of the three axes of rotation in radiation therapy; the intersecting point of the axis of rotation of the gantry, the collimator, and the treatment couch.

isocenter

(i?so-sent'er) [ iso- + center]
In radiation oncology, the point through which the central beam of the radiation passes. Synonym: radiation isocenter

mechanical isocenter

The point at which optical beams intersect

radiation isocenter

Isocenter.
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