azimuth resolution

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azimuth resolution

The ability of radar equipment to separate two reflectors at similar ranges but different bearings from a reference point. Normally the minimum separation distance between the reflectors is quoted and expressed as the angle subtended by the reflectors at the reference point.
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22] When grouped according to ST-segment elevation resolution characteristics, patients whose ST-segment elevation resolved had significantly lower incidence of the mortality than those whose ST-segment elevation persisted.
Subsequent review of the patient's pre-participation screening records revealed an ECG similar to his postoperative ECG, after ST segment elevation resolution (Figure 2).