parametric imaging

parametric imaging

[-met′rik]
Etymology: Gk, para + metron, measure; L, imago, image
1 a diagnostic procedure in which an image of an administered radioactive tracer is derived mathematically, such as by dividing one image by another.
2 in positron emission tomography, a procedure in which a physiological parameter such as blood flow is mapped according to anatomical position.
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This is a new field of medical imaging called Parametric Imaging.
AngioViz creates a new vision of vascular flow using a common imaging technique, called parametric imaging.

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