spatial resolution

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What is spatial resolution?

Spatial resolution is the ability to portray two separate but adjacent objects as distinct on an image. It is a function of pixel (or voxel) size, is calculated as FOV/matrix size, and is typically measured in line pairs per millimeter (lp/mm), referring to the ability of an imaging technique to distinguish two closely placed line objects as separate.

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