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Improvement in Computed Tomography Spatial Resolution

  • G. Di Chiro
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Abstract

In Table 1 the areas in which advances and developments have taken place in transmission computed tomography in the last couple of years are listed. At the top of the list is the improvement in spatial resolution.

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