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The paper highlights tomosynthesis as a novel diagnostic tool in various pathologies, including chest organ disorders. It allows obtaining a certain number of layered images of the patient's study area in one pass of the X-ray tube, thus, improving the detectability. It is emphasised that high-quality tomograms can help to study the nature and features of small limited pathological processes of the main, lobular, zonal, segmental and subsegmental bronchi, lymph nodes of the lungs anddoi:10.24412/2500-1000-2022-7-3-45-47 fatcat:vossdabjgrbsdlaz7v4kkoqqxi