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phase contrast

An MR angiography technique that capitalises on changes in the phase shifts of the flowing protons in the region of interest to create an image.
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X-Ray phase contrast imaging (XPCi) is an imaging technique that can be used to find alternative sample information to conventional x-ray imaging.
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.
Bt colonies that were white, spread out and seems to fried egg on plate (Ammons et al 2005) were examined by phase contrast microscopy.
They cover digital image processing; essentials of medical X-ray physics; tomography; radiobiology, radiotherapy, and radiation protection; phase contrast radiography; and object reconstruction under non-ideal conditions.
In this paper, we introduce the slow feature analysis and propose a fully-automated mitotic event recognition method for cell populations imaged with time-lapse phase contrast microscopy.
The modular design is compatible with many accessories for clinical research, fluorescence, phase contrast, and darkfield applications.
Markl, "Quantitative 2D and 3D phase contrast MRI: optimized analysis of blood flow and vessel wall parameters," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol.
An international team of researchers, have used a technique known as "X-ray phase contrast tomography" to make sense of the letters.
To obtain an experimental value of dissipated energy during the nanoindentation process, in order to compare it to the theoretical model, one can proceed in two different manners: force-distance curves or phase contrast images.
Mocella and his colleagues decided to try a method called X-ray phase contrast tomography that had previously been used to examine fossils without damaging them.
An article published Tuesday in Nature Communications describes the use of x-ray phase contrast tomography to obtain 3-D scans.
Phase contrast microscope [1, 2] is one of the most common imaging devices, which is used for the acquisition of medical images, especially cell images, without additional fluorescence indicators.