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Implementation of advanced radiation therapy techniques in clinical practice can greatly improve tumour control and normal tissue sparing. An important part of this implementation is quality control (QC) of every part of the radiotherapy process, as it helps to detect errors and provides instant remedy. This increases the probability of successful radiation treatment and ensures patient radiation safety. Every radiotherapy quality assurance (QA) programme is based on quality control ofdoi:10.2478/10004-1254-62-2011-2103 pmid:21971110 fatcat:4ewdm7n4wjaptinumi66suxhoe