scan time

scan time

An MRI term for the total time required to acquire all the data needed to produce an image.
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The system simultaneously improves image quality, scan time and patient dose.
The small profile and fast scan time make scanning with the new system more comfortable for both practitioners and patients.
No additional patient scan time or radiation exposure is required and TBS iNsight's results are easily interpreted by physicians to enable them to better manage patients with high risk of fractures.
As per to Human Solutions, scan time is merely one second; and the scanner system itself is compact, taking up only 3 square meters of space and weighing 30 kilograms.
However, the scan time was the quickest and the operator still took care with items.
The servo valve has fast response due to the servo controller's 1-millisec scan time.
Graeme Strong, from Alliance Medical, who manages the units at the University Hospital of Hartlepool and the University Hospital of North Tees, added: "The new scanner will vastly improve local service and will offer a far faster scan time.
This reduces the number of programs that need to be written to the PLC and scan time on the PLC.
Scanner type and equipment age appear to have a more notable effect on scan time," says Joan Wyndrum, vice president of North Plainfield, N.
Area scan time is dependent upon the area size and the pitch of the components contained within the defined area.
And Our Eyes Scan Time is presented by Hugonin who has selected works by his former tutor from 1967 to 1972.
For the clinical lab, a menu of predefined and user-optimized assays can be scanned, analyzed, and reported in just five to 10 minutes per slide, most of which is hands-free scan time.