collimate

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collimate

Etymology: L, collineare, to align
to make parallel.

col·li·mate

(kol'i-māt)
To make parallel.
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Soller-slit collimations of 10', 25', 50', and 80', as well as open channels of various widths, are available and interchanged manually.
5 cm in diameter and 15 cm high can be used as the signal detector, either with (up to) 13 blades of the analyzer focused on the detector, or with Soller-slit collimations of 25', 50', and 120', or an open channel of 5x15 [cm.
Changing the CTV protocol to a collimation of 4 x 5 mm with a 25-mm table feed reduced the dose by approximately 11% (P <0.