n.1.The act of lopping or cutting off, as the head from the body.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Set up a shape model for sinogram completion (detruncation) and fit the model to the measured (truncated) data with a detruncation optimization algorithm that enforces the constraint that the values within the double-wedge region of the Fourier transformed sinogram are zero.
Kalender, "Reconstruction from truncated projections in CT using adaptive detruncation," European Radiology, vol.
Through neck and shoulder cuts evisceration was performed but lastly detruncation was inevitable to take out remnant posterior part of the fetus.