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  • noun A two-dimensional image produced by tomography, representing a slice or section through a three-dimensional object.

Etymologies

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tomo- + -gram

Examples

  • The tomogram is a complex 3D image containing useful structural information of biological samples at molecular level.

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  • CNN's image was a tomogram, which isn't truly 3D - tomograms capture an image in 3D and then project an illusion of three dimensions.

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  • This means that pathological changes in the brain and its surroundings can be well demonstrated by the computed tomogram.

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  • So rich is the detail that the computed tomogram is reminiscent of the picture one gets of the brain at autopsy.

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  • The IZW's new CT scanner can produce a tomogram of an animal weighing up to 300 kilograms in seconds.

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  • Schwarz-Wings always wondered what was inside, though, and a tomogram told her: the cervical rib of a brachiosaurus, and the spine and fibula of a gazelle-like dinosaur.

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  • Schwarz-Wings always wondered what was inside, though, and a tomogram told her: the cervical rib of a brachiosaurus, and the spine and fibula of a gazelle-like dinosaur.

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  • The IZW's new CT scanner can produce a tomogram of an animal weighing up to 300 kilograms in seconds.

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  • The IZW's new CT scanner can produce a tomogram of an animal weighing up to 300 kilograms in seconds.

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  • Schwarz-Wings always wondered what was inside, though, and a tomogram told her: the cervical rib of a brachiosaurus, and the spine and fibula of a gazelle-like dinosaur.

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