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X-ray Scattering as a Source of Information in Computed Tomography (CT)

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Abstract

We formulate and solve computed tomography (CT) that contrary to traditional CT, intentionally includes all scattering events. This leads to estimation of chemical decomposition per voxel, and significant dose reduction per quality of recovery.

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