Modern Instrumentation

Vol.1 No.4(2012), Paper ID 23671, 4 pages

DOI:10.4236/mi.2012.14007

 

Results of the Measurement of the Collimator Hole Angulation for Different Collimators of SPECT with Adaptive Quality Control Phantom

 

Hossein Zamani Zeinali, Ehsan Masumi Goodarzi, Hamid Ravanbakhsh, Ali Asgher Sardarpour, Narjes Abagheri Mahabadi, Soghra Moradkhani, Fatemeh Dolatshah, Davood Rahi

 

Agricultural, Medical and Industrial Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute
Department of Physics, Peyambare Azam Institute, Islamic Azad University of Tehran
Department of Physics, Peyambare Azam Institute, Islamic Azad University of Tehran
Department of Physics, Peyambare Azam Institute, Islamic Azad University of Tehran
Department of Physics, Peyambare Azam Institute, Islamic Azad University of Tehran
Agricultural, Medical and Industrial Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute
Agricultural, Medical and Industrial Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute
Agricultural, Medical and Industrial Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute

 

Copyright © 2012 Hossein Zamani Zeinali, Ehsan Masumi Goodarzi, Hamid Ravanbakhsh, Ali Asgher Sardarpour, Narjes Abagheri Mahabadi, Soghra Moradkhani, Fatemeh Dolatshah, Davood Rahi et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

 

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H. Zeinali, E. Goodarzi, H. Ravanbakhsh, A. Sardarpour, N. Mahabadi, S. Moradkhani, F. Dolatshah and D. Rahi, "Results of the Measurement of the Collimator Hole Angulation for Different Collimators of SPECT with Adaptive Quality Control Phantom," Modern Instrumentation, Vol. 1 No. 4, 2012, pp. 49-53. doi: 10.4236/mi.2012.14007.

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