imaging

(im´ә-jing) the production of diagnostic images, as in radiography, ultrasonography, or scintigraphy.
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imaging

[n] - (medicine) obtaining pictures of the interior of the body
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Imaging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Image
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imaging

imagery noun the ability to form mental images of things or events; `he could still hear her in his imagination`
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imaging

tomography noun (medicine) obtaining pictures of the interior of the body
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Imaging

A diagnostic procedure wherein pictures of the inner parts of the body are taken for making evaluations.
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Imaging

A process whereby documents are scanned into a system and stored electronically.
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Imaging

Imaging describes the extent to which an audio system reproduces the directional cues that enable th
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imaging

In medicine, a process that makes pictures of areas inside the body. Imaging uses methods such as x-rays (high-energy radiation), ultrasound (high-energy sound waves), and radio waves.
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Imaging

It is a technique by which electronics data collected by various means is converted into visual image by use of computers.
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imaging

Radiological production of a clinical image using X-rays, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, radionuclide scanning, thermography, etc.; especially, cross-sectional imaging, such as ultrasonography, CT, or MRI. ... Origin: see image ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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imaging

Tests that produce pictures of areas inside the body.
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Imaging

The ability to localize the individual sound sources in three-dimensional space.
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Imaging

The process of capturing, storing and retrieving information, regardless of its original format, using micrographics and/or scanning and optical disk technologies.
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Imaging

the technique of creating pictures of structures inside of the body using X-rays, ultrasound waves, or magnetic fields
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Imaging

This is an audio listening term and refers to the ability of a speaker to position sounds precisely in space. A good stereo system can provide a stereo image that has width, depth and height. The best imaging systems will define a nearly holographic recreation of the original sound
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Imaging

This is an audio listening term and refers to the ability of a speaker to position sounds precisely in space. A good stereo system can provide a stereo image that has width, depth and height. The best imaging systems will define a nearly holographic recreation of the original sound.
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Imaging

To make a representation or imitation of the original sonic event.
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Imaging

Transferring information, usually in graphic form, into electronic format for storage and later retrieval
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imaging

Type: Term Pronunciation: im′ăj-ing Definitions: 1. Production of a clinical image using x-rays, ultrasound, CT, MRI, radionuclide scanning, and thermography; especially, cross-sectional imaging, such as ultrasonography. See: image
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