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  • n. Plural form of tomogram.


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  • 3D images, called tomograms, are produced from the projections by computational means.

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  • They found hundreds of fossilized beetles, ants, wasps, flies, and bits of plants, and made tomograms or 3-dimensional reconstructions of some of them.

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  • For I was the lackey expected to detail for her each morning what tortures the new day held in store—X-rays, tomograms, upper and lower GIs, and scans that required radioactive elements to be injected and concentrated in certain organs.

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  • Cormack's cross-section reconstructions were the first computerized tomograms ever made - although his "computer" was a simple desktop calculator.

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  • And tomograms make it easier to develop surgical strategies for animals amenable to therapy, Following a CT scan, fantastic images appear on the monitor at the IZW.

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  • However, extraction of information from the tomograms is hampered by the low signal to noise ratio and the missing-wedge information.

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  • Although we collected and merged two dual-axis raw tomograms, only one contained an appreciable number,

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  • Column averages as used previously were only effective at filtering patterns of cross-bridges that repeated axially every 116 nm and is limited in resolution to 12.9 nm, the highest resolution layer line visible in the transform of those tomograms.

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  • There is no evidence in the present tomograms or in any published data from IFM of a change in the half pitch of the thin filament which would be a necessary consequence of any torsional rotations in situ.

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  • The thin filament azimuth in our tomograms of active contraction appears virtually identical to that found in other states of IFM investigated by electron microscopy alone

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