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Any of several techniques for creating three-dimensional images of the internal structure of a solid object by analyzing the propagation of waves of energy, such as x-rays or seismic waves, through the object.

[Greek tomos, section; see tome + -graphy.]

to′mo·gram′ (tō′mə-grăm′) n.
to′mo·graph′ (-grăf′) n.
to′mo·graph′ic adj.


(Medicine) an x-ray photograph of a selected plane section of the human body or some other solid object


(ˈtoʊ məˌgræm)

the visual record produced by tomography.


n (Med) → Tomogramm nt, → Tomografie f


n. tomograma, radiografía seccionada de una parte del cuerpo.


n tomografía (estudio)
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In contrast to classical stroboscopes, the RCD running in a stroboscopic mode will imply that within the time interval between t = kT and t = (k + 1)T, a specific reconstructive inverse problem is solved, and its solution is "displayed" on the recording device (that can be understood literally, for example, a tomogram of a "dynamic object" with a given depth is displayed on the screen).