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Since its introduction three decades ago, computed tomography (CT) has been regarded as an imaging technique that is good at providing structural information but poor at providing physiological (functional) data to help with diagnosis. For instance, although it can reveal an abnormal mass present...
Laboratory systems for microscopic computed tomography (micro-CT) have recently evolved from specialized prototype tools to become essential components of many research laboratories. The availability of commercial systems with almost microscopic resolution and the capability to image live animals...