inhomogeneity

(redirected from inhomogeneous)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

inhomogeneity

An MRI term for the lack of homogeneity or uniformity in a main magnetic field.
References in periodicals archive ?
The application of the electrostatic analogy for the calculation of the magnetostatic field of inhomogeneous magnetizing media is correct on the basis of the dipole magnetization model, however in the calculated formulas of the potential field, it is possible to correctly use the magnetization by molecular currents.
A control utrasound was performed 10 days later (Aplio SSA-770A; Toshiba Medical, Tokyo, Japan), still showing a focal lesion in the left liver lobe, about 4 cm in diameter, with irregular and spiky margins, oval in shape, with a thin hyperechogenic capsule, with an inhomogeneous structure and a few smaller lesions of different echogenicity (characterized as a nodule within a nodule) (Figure 5).
Stith, 2015: Holographic measurements of inhomogeneous cloud mixing at the centimeter scale.
Edge-based approaches do not need to assume the homogeneity of image intensities; hence, they can even be applied to images with inhomogeneous intensities [12] and has been applied to many segmentation tasks.
Inhomogeneous evaporation rates may appear as a result of local differences in the flow conditions of the surrounding drying gas, by varying material properties of the substrate or the fin effect (see Fig.
A lot of them are no longer suitable for inhomogeneous media, so that more works are needed for the research method of the inhomogeneous medium.
We referred to the literature about abdominal CT findings of scrub typhus and concentrated on the following findings: (1) enlarged lymph node, (2) inhomogeneous enhancement of liver, (3) splenomegaly, (4) ascites, (5) low attenuation of periportal areas, (6) gallbladder wall thickening, and (7) splenic infarct.
T2 sagittal image: intraaxial-supratentorial, with the emphasis of the left F-T-P-O lobe, showed o large inhomogeneous, hyper-intense T2 range
In this paper, a conformal FDTD method for dispersive material is proposed to accurately model the scattering of inhomogeneous plasma cylinder array illuminated by terahertz EM waves.
Hybrid methods have been successfully considered to study complex configurations [1-3] like inhomogeneous problems [4-7].
Inhomogeneous background magnetic field in biological incubators is a potential confounder for experimental variability and reproducibility.