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We present a novel non-contact small animal fluorescent molecular tomography (FMT) imaging system. At the heart of the system is a new mirror-based imaging head that was designed to provide 360-degree measurement data from an entire animal surface in one step. This imaging head consists of two conical mirrors, which considerably reduce multiple back reflections between the animal and mirror surfaces. These back reflections are common in existing mirror-based imaging heads and tend to degradedoi:10.1364/boe.5.002301 pmid:25071965 pmcid:PMC4102365 fatcat:ha4x76tfz5hw5kg77t7o6rxcs4