volumetric imaging

volumetric imaging

An MRI term for a specialised MR technique in which all signals are collected from the entire tissue sample and imaged as a whole entity.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
IGRT encompasses a wide scope of techniques extending from simple visual field arrangement checks, through to the more complex volumetric imaging that permits direct visualization of the radiotherapy target volume.
With 3D volumetric imaging, the 920CT is superior to 2D systems as it provides improved imagery of potential threats.
There are many potential advanced applications for CHS, spanning the high growth industries of solar energy, energy storage, sensors, volumetric imaging and semiconductors, among others.
Elekta Synergy is equipped with integrated volumetric imaging tools that help clinicians visualize normal tissue and better localize tumor targets for more confident and accurate treatment deliveries.
ProteusONE also offers the most advanced proton therapy technology on the market as it combines pencil beam scanning with 3-D cone beam computed tomography large field of view for true volumetric imaging at isocenter.
Denckla, "Brain development, gender and IQ in children: a volumetric imaging study," Brain, vol.
The team displayed the volumetric imaging in three perpendicular planes and a three-dimensional model.
The patient dose is less as compared to volumetric imaging.
Mozzo et al1 in 1998 and Arai et al2 in 1999 reported independently the use of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), sometimes referred to as cone beam volumetric imaging (CBVI).3
New volumetric imaging schemes and highlights of selected biological applications are also discussed.
Optical coherence tomography technology provides rapid volumetric imaging, allowing for large tissue volume imaging within seconds.

Full browser ?