- •FB-CCDps and FB-HCD correlated equally with DIBH induced mean heart dose reduction.
- •The ratio of FB-CCDps and FB-HCD was the strongest correlation with heart dose sparing.
- •A prediction model predicted 1.04 Gy heart dose reduction per unit of FB-CCDps/FB-HCD.
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