recorded detail

recorded detail

[rikôr′did]
the sharpness of structural lines as recorded on a radiograph.

re·cor·ded de·tail

(rĕ-kōrd'ĕd dē'tāl)
The visible sharpness of features on a radiograph (e.g., bone trabeculae or pulmonary markings).
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All flexidata modes can be viewed within flexiplayer so all recorded detail can be viewed in the correct format.
The artists from London have also recorded details of her skin, eye and hair colour.
As it intensifies a search for fighters who went missing in the uprising, Libya's new leadership is getting the help of a cardiac surgeon who, during the eight-month long conflict that ousted the Gaddafi regime, secretly recorded details about the dead filling his Tripoli hospital resulting from the fighting.
Eighteen "professional lap dancers" recorded details about their tip earnings and menstrual cycles over 60 days.
Prior to the platform, brokers initiated policy transactions, recorded details and sent the transactions to the company for staff to key into the policy management system.
Participants of the Great Eggcase Hunt - taking place on beaches across the country - recorded details of the number of eggcases washed up on the beach.
When they arrived, he was shocked to find his licence recorded details of a conviction on May 31 for failing to supply information regarding the speeding offence, and the pounds 120 fine outstanding.
But the woman, now in her 20s, claimed she recorded details of their sexual encounters in secret diary codes - including the times he allegedly took her for sex to an old mine near Llanbradach, Caerphilly, where he grew up, in secret diary codes.
recorded details of LASIK surgeries he performed on 191 nearsighted patients.
Pharmacists at a London teaching hospital recorded details of prescribing errors over a four-week period.
Pharmacists at a London teaching hospital recorded details of prescribing errors in all patients, other than those in obstetric wards, over a fourweek period.
Another group of historians were the female half of "author-teams" such as Anthenais Michelet who through twenty-six years of marriage to Jules Michelet "did research and reported on it, wrote sections of Jules's book, discussed projects and recorded details of their daily conversations on topics for book, and offered her judgments on the work that was published under his name.