Table 3: The characteristics of high-mobility tumors (movement more than 5 mm).

CaseTumor locationGTV (cm3)Longest diameter (cm)Attachment degreefAPfSIdLR (mm)dAP (mm)dSI (mm)Vector (mm)

ARUL (apicoposterior segmental)24.94.60.50.560.370.815.15.3
BRUL (posterior basal segmental) 31.65.90.470.680.472.52.35.86.7
CRUL (posterior basal segmental)2.21.600.460.541.415.25.5
DRUL (posterior basal segmental) 2.41.900.610.570.71.96.36.6
ERLL (lateral posterior basal segmental)165.36.20.920.780.822.52.15.16.1
FRLL (dorsal segmental)0.551.200.760.511.4266.5
GLLL (lingular bronchus)12.52.900.420.742.65.211.713.1
HRLL (anteriorbasal segmental)2.21.4Attach to diaphragm0.120.95.31.75.67.9
ILLL (lateral posterior basal segmental)59.64.9Attach to diaphragm0.830.891.31.313.514
JRLL (lateral basal segmental)17.03.7Attach to diaphragm0.580.921.94.914.415.3

GTV: gross tumor volume; RUL: right upper lobe; RLL: right lower lobe; LLL: left lower lobe; fAP, fSI: fractional anterior-posterior, superior-inferior location, respectively; dLR, dAP, and dSI: the magnitude of motion in lateral, anterior-posterior (AP), and superior-inferior (SI) direction of ten respiratory phases, respectively.