26 September 2013 Integration of AdaptiSPECT: a small-animal adaptive SPECT imaging system
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AdaptiSPECT is a pre-clinical adaptive SPECT imaging system under final development at the Center for Gamma-ray Imaging. The system incorporates multiple adaptive features: an adaptive aperture, 16 detectors mounted on translational stages, and the ability to switch between a non-multiplexed and a multiplexed imaging configuration. In this paper, we review the design of AdaptiSPECT and its adaptive features. We then describe the on-going integration of the imaging system.
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Cécile Chaix, Cécile Chaix, Stephen Kovalsky, Stephen Kovalsky, Matt Kosmider, Matt Kosmider, Harrison H. Barrett, Harrison H. Barrett, Lars R. Furenlid, Lars R. Furenlid, "Integration of AdaptiSPECT: a small-animal adaptive SPECT imaging system", Proc. SPIE 8853, Medical Applications of Radiation Detectors III, 88530A (26 September 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2029768; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2029768
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