Fanbeam Collimators


Collimators in a fanbeam-like form which are designed for rectangular camera heads. Fanbeam collimators are used for imaging of smaller organs such as the heart or brain. The holes look parallel on one side and converging on the other side. This hole arrangement is designed to maximize the utilization of the crystal surface for patient data. This type of collimator can also be used for whole body sweeps by flipping over the collimator, which will then be called a Single Pass Diverging Collimator.

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