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Based on photoacoustic effect, photoacoustic tomography is developing very fast in recent years, and becoming an important imaging tool for both preclinical and clinical studies. With enough ultrasound transducers placed around the biological tissue, PAT can provide both deep penetration and high image contrast by hybrid usage of light and sound. However, considering space and measurement environmental limitations, transducers are always placed in a limited-angle way, which means that the otherarXiv:2011.06147v1 fatcat:lez3bguhq5adljoh2n5afxc6ce