A small field of view camera for hybrid gamma and optical imaging

@inproceedings{Lees2014ASF,
  title={A small field of view camera for hybrid gamma and optical imaging},
  author={John E. Lees and Sarah L. Bugby and Bahadar S. Bhatia and Layal K. Jambi and Mohammed S. Alqahtani and William R. McKnight and Alan C. Perkins},
  year={2014}
}
The development of compact low profile gamma-ray detectors has allowed the production of small field of view, hand held imaging devices for use at the patient bedside and in operating theatres. The combination of an optical and a gamma camera, in a co-aligned configuration, offers high spatial resolution multi-modal imaging giving a superimposed scintigraphic and optical image. This innovative introduction of hybrid imaging offers new possibilities for assisting surgeons in localising the site… CONTINUE READING

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