Tomography is a radiological diagnostic method. It was invented in 1915 by the French physician Boccage. However, it would be in use until the 1930s. Tomography, X-ray producing tube with X-ray film, radiography is obtained by the movement of the organ against the desired organ. The execution gesture is applied so that it only reads images of the planes on the axis of that motion. Tomography gives images of thin slices 1 to 2 cm thick of an organ. In this way, the organ can be examined from front to back, top to bottom or horizontal plane. Since X-rays are used, there is radiation exposure in tomography. In fact, the patient is exposed to more intense radiation compared to normal radiological imaging. One of the most important reasons for the preference of tomography over normal radiological imaging is to obtain higher contrast and the other one is that a more detailed examination can be performed because the images are taken as sections.