3D printed tungsten collimators improve gamma camera image results
Researchers from The Institute of Cancer Research (London, UK) and the Royal Marsden Hospital (London, UK) have tested tungsten as a novel material for 3D printing components for gamma cameras, used to take images of radiation emitted by pharmaceuticals injected into cancer patients.
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