real-time imaging (reel-tym) n. the rapid acquisition and manipulation of ultrasound information from a scanning probe by electronic circuits to enable images to be produced on TV screens almost instantaneously. Using similar techniques, the instantaneous display of other imaging modalities, such as CT scanning and magnetic resonance imaging, can now be achieved.
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