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B-SCANSurface Channel Display Console (Tartar)
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On B-scan ultrasonography the detached retina appears as a highly reflective echo in the vitreous cavity that has remaining attachment to the optic nerve head and ora serrata.
Supervisor psychopathy measure: The B-Scan is a new 360 degree measure of corporate behaviour.
Optimal B-scan images along the central optic axis enabled visualization of the cornea, anterior chamber, anterior lens capsule, posterior lens capsule, vitreous chamber, posterior ocular wall and optic nerve (Fig.
Scans were performed on the supine patient with a pre-existing Aloka SSD 500 B-scan ultrasound machine (Aloka, Japan) with a 3.
Additionally, with pulsed wave Doppler sonography a two-dimensional (2-D) grayscale image called a B-scan (B stands for "brightness") can be created based on the density of the tissue being scanned.
B-SCAN enables Buildings staff to scan documents associated with building projects for the public and professionals to retrieve online.
A test to identify psychopathic managers has been developed by two of the world's leading experts on psychopathic disorders, Professor Robert Hare and Dr Paul Babiak, and is known as the Business Scan or B-Scan.
The Epoch III ultrasonic flaw detector from Panametrics is a portable unit that provides echo-to-echo thickness measurements, time-varied gain for distance/amplitude variations due to material attention and beam spreading, and encoded B-scan that maps cross-sectional images of thickness measurements with full encoder compatibility.
RadarView receives, processes and scan converts multiple channels of radar video in normal PPI (plan position indicator) view, and, for more specialist requirements, supports B-Scan and A-Scan formats - the latter is especially useful for radar configuration and set-up.
Smiths Detection has secured a contract to supply the Rio de Janeiro state prison authorities with B-SCAN dual-view systems designed to contraband and threat objects concealed internally or externally on the body.