slice thickness


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slice thickness

An MRI term for the thickness of an imaging slice. Because slice profiles are not sharply edged, the distance between the points at half the sensitivity of the maximum (full width at half maximum) is used to determine thickness.
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Image measurement and analysis: After scanning, raw data were reconstructed into a single-energy spectrum with a slice thickness of 1.
Banana, slice thickness, solar dryer, food preservation, moisture reduction
In process of reconstruction slice Thickness, Slice increment and Field of View plays a major role [5,6].
Axial T1 with TR /TE 540/16 millisecs, Field of view 24 x 24 cm, Matrix 512 x 512 slice thickness 3 mm, inter slice gap 1.
An MR venogram was performed using 2D time of flight (TOF) with slice thickness of 2 mm with slice gap of 1-2 mm.
These parameters are: (i) geometric accuracy, (ii) high-contrast spatial resolution, (iii) slice thickness accuracy, (iv) slice position accuracy, (v) image intensity uniformity, (vi) percent signal ghosting, and (vii) low-contrast object detectability.
All this adds up to consistent slice thickness, accurate portion weights, minimal giveaway and faster payback.
3 mm), slice thickness = 5 mm, gap = 1mm, number of excitations (NEX) = 2, and number of slices = 24.
Slice thickness may vary greatly depending on the equipment and the commercially available software.
The scan parameters were 360 mA/s per slice, 120 kV, a slice thickness of 0.
They verified that blanched samples had shorter drying times than unblanched samples and drying air temperature and slice thickness were important factors in the drying of eggplant slices (high drying temperature and thinly sliced products resulted in a shorter drying time).