cross sectional imaging

cross sectional imaging

A term of art referring to imaging (“radiology”) based on cross-sections (axial “slices”) of the body, in particular MRI, CT, and PET-CT, which contrasts to general (plain, or non-“slice”) imaging—e.g. films, ultrasound, etc.
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Contract notice: cross sectional imaging reporting service.
We are currently outsourcing 500 cross sectional imaging examinations for reporting per month, our current supplier offers a good quality service but in this current climate in an attempt to reduce the current spend we welcome expressions of interest for this service.
The Imalux technology platform, sold under the Niris registered trademark, is based on our proprietary and patented application of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to provide real-time, high resolution, cross sectional imaging of tissue microstructures.
No previous or current abdominal cross sectional imaging had previously been under taken.
Combining a Dome E4c with dual Dome E3 or dual E5 displays gives radiologist 4MP of color real estate for worklists, 3D and cross sectional imaging, while leaving the dual 3MP or 5MP dedicated for CR or DR images.
We are excited to provide clinicians with a new display form factor that optimizes the viewing of digital projection radiography and cross sectional imaging modalities," said Patrick Herguth, vice president and general manager of the medical business unit for Planar.
Most have completed a subspecialty fellowship in cross sectional imaging or received a Certificate of Added Qualifications in either neuroradiology or vascular/interventional radiology from the American Board of Radiology.
Ultrasound image guided biopsy offers the benefits of real time cross sectional imaging, absence of radiation and lower cost.