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Scattering The Problem: A Solution for Scatter Correction in Industrial Cone Beam Computed Tomography

A solution is now available to reduce or eliminate scatter effects and allow cone beam computed tomography users to achieve the clarity of fan beam scanning without sacrificing the speed associated with the cone beam technique. As the latest evaluations show, this new scatter correction technology also provides significant computed tomography data quality improvements for high-energy microfocus computed tomography scans.

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