X-ray tomography, or X-ray computed tomography, is a method for generating 3-dimensional imaged volumes from 2-dimensional X-ray image slices. X-ray imaging is based on the differential absorption or scattering of an X-ray source to reveal the internal attributes of a structure or specimen; it is commonly used in medical imaging.
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