high-definition imaging

high-de·fi·ni·tion im·ag·ing

(HDI) (hī'def-i-nish'ŭn im'ăj-ing)
Ultrasound assessment of mammary tissue to determine presence of possibly cancerous lesions.
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It has a high-definition imaging system and a mobile station capable of sending and receiving images from any region around the world.
With their newly redesigned optics and advanced features, these stereo microscopes provide enhanced optical performance and operability, enabling researchers to carry out high-magnification, large-zoom-ratio, high-definition imaging with ease.
Yinchuan (China), April 18 (Xinhua-ANI): An unmanned Chinese military drone recently completed its first digital mapping mission near north China's Helan mountain, capturing high-definition imaging data during more than five consecutive hours of aerial photography.
The Leica M320 F12 bundles apochromatic optical quality with LED illumination and high-definition imaging technology, providing ease of use and flexible, smooth maneuverability.
APG is printed with Realtree's high-definition imaging process, allowing it to melt into hardwoods, pine thickets, prairies, river bottoms and other natural environments.
Toshiba Corporation (PNK: TOSBF.PK) on Monday (26 September) announced the combining of high-definition imaging with portable computing, resulting in the development of a notebook PC integrating a slim-type HD DVD-ROM drive.
High-Definition Imaging renders extreme clarity and crispness at 600 x 600 8-bit resolution.
The technique, high-definition imaging (HDI), could reduce the 700,000 biopsies performed each year.

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