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computed tomography

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Beam hardening (loss of low energy photons in X-ray spectra) and dynamic range (here 12 bit) limit accuracy of X-ray computer tomography in these cases.
The computer tomography images of the mechanism have literally opened the device up to us to see how it worked," says John M.
In this interdisciplinary research project OSB and OSL panels from small-diameter southern wood species are being manufactured under various processing conditions and panel strength and internal structure is being characterized using computer tomography and finite element modeling.
Suitable technology for the meticulous screening of baggage already exists: a detailed three-dimensional image of the contents of a bag can be generated by computer tomography equipment.
GE can also modify InVision's computer tomography technology with its CT scanning equipment that it makes for medical applications.
Computer tomography (CT) of the thorax showed bilateral opacities in the lungs and pleural effusion.
Computer tomography scanning indicated that the abnormal lung mass was enlarging and showing formation of cavities, which is evidence of a possible malignancy, Miller wrote.
One device called a computer tomography (CT) scanner rotates pencil-thin high-energy X-ray beams around a piece of luggage.
Besides enhancing high-resolution applications, the nanofocus resolution improves conditions for detailed inspection of microvias, fine-pitch solder joints and high-resolution computer tomography.
But researchers in the US have been using a new, more accurate X-ray technique called low-dose computer tomography.
NeuroLogica Corporation, the only manufacturer of portable computer tomography solutions, is pleased to announce the Health Canada clearance for the portable CT scanner, BodyTom[R].

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