axial image

ax·i·al im·age

(ak'sē-ăl im'ăj)
radiology A view obtained by rotating around the axis of the body, producing a transverse planar image, i.e., a section transverse to the axis.
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A computed tomography axial image showing a 6 x 6-cm heterogeneous-density mass and sub-capsular hematoma involving the left kidney.
An axial image from the initial breast MRI demonstrated a 2.
On the right, axial image of renal hilum showing no evidence of renal vein tumour thrombus and absence of any hilar nodes.
A fluid-fluid level within the dependent portion of the mass on the T2 axial image (Figure 1c, yellow arrow) was present.
Toshiba has developed a unique, helical cone-beam reconstruction technique based on the Feldkamp method for axial image reconstruction from helical scans.
The suspicious region was relocalized and targeted from a T2-weighted axial image (Figure 6).
Toshiba has developed a unique, helical cone-beam reconstruction technique for the Aquilion 16 based on the Feldkamp method for axial image reconstruction from helical scans.
The axial image provides the depth of needle insertion.
Bilateral superior parietal gyral swelling is shown on the T1-weighted axial image (Fig.
3-6) The axial image plane is useful to assess neurovascular, tendon, and muscle anatomy.
Although the mass was round on the axial images, it appeared to be tubular and inseparable from the lower retromandibular vein on the reformatted sagittal images (Figure 1).
The gastrohepatic ligament is demonstrated on the coronal and axial images (Fig.