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There is an indirect relationship between the density of the lines in a scan and temporal resolution.
What is the most significant negative consequence in the use of pulse inversion harmonic imaging?
What unit is used to express frame rate?
The rapid display of multiple frames, resulting in a “movie-like” appearance is called?
A direct relationship exists between temporal resolution and ________.
When the frame rate increases, temporal resolution _____________.
Which of the following CANNOT be altered to improve temporal resolution?
Which of these changes will improve temporal resolution?
If a single focal zone is replaced by multiple focal zones, spatial resolution will improve.
Increase the depth setting from 6 to 10 cm will improve temporal resolution.
To accommodate a wider field of view, the sonographer increases the angle of the sector from 40 to 80 degrees. No other changes to the image are made. This change means that the frame rate will double, but the detail resolution will decline.
When the number of frames portrayed in one second increases, the quality of the image, from a spatial perspective, may be compromised.
If the density of the lines making up a frame is reduced from 120 to 60, and no other changes are made, what will occur?