contrast imaging

contrast imaging

Cardiology The use of a microaggregate or other ultrasonography contrast agent to ↑ sensitivity of real-time myocardial perfusion imaging. See Ultrasonography.
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[2] Diagnostic contrast imaging agents are administered to patients prior to Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging or Ultrasound scans to improve quality of images that radiologists use to diagnose and monitor disease.
The diagnostic imaging portfolio is completed by a range of medical devices and advanced administration systems for contrast imaging products.
The Large Field-of-View Bench-Top 3D X-ray Phase Contrast Imaging (XPCI) system is a novel imaging tool for the inspection of low-density materials.
Rated at 10-9 Torr, the new PI-MTE3 cameras are designed for applications such as x-ray microscopy, x-ray spectroscopy, x-ray phase contrast imaging, x-ray diffraction, deep-UV lithography, and semiconductor metrology.
The company's TAGITOL V fecal tagging agent is the first contrast imaging agent approved by the US FDA to meet this important medical need.
These later adverse conditions are encountered when using contrast imaging in patients managed with mechanical cardiac support devices.
Recently, another non-invasive method for measuring microvascular blood flow termed laser speckle contrast imaging (LSCI) has gained increasing attention.
The ten contributions that make up the main body of the text cover the principles of cerebral ultrasound contrast imaging, the physical principles of microbubbles for ultrasound imaging and therapy, ultrasound bio-effects and safety considerations, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Used in combination with the advanced technologies of the Philips Premium CT scanner, this technology provides a unique approach to managing important factors in patient care-low energy, low dose, and low injected contrast imaging without compromising image quality.
Focusing on physics and hardware configurations rather than algorithms and software, they consider absorption-based X-ray imaging, X-ray phase contrast imaging, photoacoustic imaging and tomography, diffuse optical imaging, acoustical imaging, multimodality imaging, and three-dimensional in vivo microscopy.
In this paper, taking Ti6Al4V titanium alloy as research object, based on electron diffraction and contrast imaging theory, the transmission electron microscopy (TEM) was used to investigate the formation characteristics and laws of dislocation and stacking fault during cutting of titanium alloy thin-walled part.