Monitors, Video, High Definition

Definition : Monitors designed to display electronic images with a definition higher than the standard-definition television, either in real time as they are obtained using a video camera or from a video or digital versatile disk player, a television system, or from a digital computer or computerized network. These monitors typically include electronic circuitry to process the video signal and a screen (e.g., liquid crystal or plasma display, projection sets) to display the image. Monitors used to display high-definition commercial television (HDTV) are usually standardized to 720 (720 pixels of vertical resolution, i.e., 1280 ? 720 pixels) or full high-definition (1080 pixels of vertical resolution, i.e., 1920 ? 1080 pixels). High-definition video monitors may be used for many purposes, including monitoring patient activity and displaying non-diagnostic images during surgical, endoscopic, and fluoroscopic procedures.

Entry Terms : "High-Definition Television Monitors" , "High-Definition Video Monitors" , "High-Resolution Television Monitors" , "High-Resolution Video Monitors" , "Image Review Monitors" , "PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) Image Review Monitors"

UMDC code : 28170

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