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Figure 4: Conventional thermoplastic immovable device is shown (a). The patients are required to lay still and the thermoplastic materials after reaching 60°C are placed on the targeted region to acquire the shape of the targeted organ. (b) A Three-dimensional printing printed immovable device produced with PA 2200 poly-amide after designing in Elekta Xio Version 4.71 software and three-dimensional printing printed. The immovable device is easily produced following a computer tomography scan of the patient. This minimizes the problems of patient movement, which normally is a part of conventional immobilization techniques

Figure 4: Conventional thermoplastic immovable device is shown (a). The patients are required to lay still and the thermoplastic materials after reaching 60°C are placed on the targeted region to acquire the shape of the targeted organ. (b) A Three-dimensional printing printed immovable device produced with PA 2200 poly-amide after designing in Elekta Xio Version 4.71 software and three-dimensional printing printed. The immovable device is easily produced following a computer tomography scan of the patient. This minimizes the problems of patient movement, which normally is a part of conventional immobilization techniques