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DTI

abbreviation for DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY.
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In medical imaging, registration is performed by aligning images of the patient with normal subject, or of different patients, or a subject to an atlas.
The acquisition of LG Medical Technologies, based in East Dundee, Ilinois, adds 27 mobile diagnostic imaging units to the Insight Imaging fleet of mobile MRI and CT systems and expands Insight Imaging's national reach and capabilities.
The 10,000 square-foot facility also includes two dedicated learning laboratories designed for researchers to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to perform advanced imaging techniques.
The company acquired Info-Tech Research Group, a digital imaging research and advisory firm and changed its name soon after.
"Our customers' business needs are driving the evolution of a new age of medical imaging. The Referring Practice Portal is aligned with those business needs, along with the comprehensive solutions that bring together RIS, PACS, clinical applications and solid expertise in integration."
Because of the focusing and the heightened contrast caused by the obstacle, schlieren imaging can visualize subtler fluctuations than can shadowgraphy, Settles says.
One author stated that "[a]lthough photographs may be manipulated, the potential for making subtle but significant alterations to digital images gives cause for concern that digital images may be unfit for use as evidence in a court of law" (29) and proposed amending the current evidentiary system specifically to deal with digital imaging.
Full HD technology requires high-resolution imaging technologies that are far beyond the specifications of imaging technologies currently used for 720p images.
Film-based imaging has been the workhorse of radiology since the discovery of x-rays in 1895.
In this robust sales environment Nokia is preparing to launch its Nokia 7610 in Latin America within summer 2004, as part of the company's movement toward providing phones with improved imaging capability and camera quality, said Yolande Pineda, Nokia's director of communications for Latin America.
The interests of the NCI focus on imaging in vivo for cancer preconditions, cancer screening, diagnosis, progression, treatment monitoring, recurrence, and image-based surrogate end points.
Yet, the rapid pace of change in diagnostic imaging often exceeds the non-radiologists ability to stay current, with new imaging software emerging frequently.