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voxel (voks-ĕl) n. short for ‘volume element’, the volume of tissue in a body that is represented by a pixel in a cross-sectional image.

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voxel

voxel The three-dimensional equivalent of a pixel. It is an axis-aligned box, typically an element in a space-subdivision structure.

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