Gamma-Imaging Devices Based on Position-Sensitive Photomultipliers

Michael Seimetz


14.1  Introduction

14.2  Scintillation Crystals

14.3  Readout Electronics and Image Reconstruction

14.4  Large-Area Detectors Made of PSPMT Arrays

14.5  Examples

14.6  Conclusions and Outlook



Miniaturized imaging devices for γ-radiation have become increasingly important in medical and preclinical applications throughout the last decade. They commonly consist of two main parts: the radiation sensor and an (external) collimator. The sensor allows for a precise measurement of the position of interaction of incident γ photons in an optically dense medium (typically inorganic scintillation crystals). Its main parts are ...

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