What is the full form of TBIL?
1) The full form of TBIL is Translational Bioimaging Laboratory. Medical imaging is a technology & process for developing visual images within the body for medical study, surgical treatment, medical research attempts to expose internal systems covered by the bones and skin, and cure or prevent diseases. For medical purposes, the imaging of extracted tissues may be carried out. These procedures are commonly accepted as a segment of the pathology rather than medical imaging.
Radiology used in imaging methods such as X-ray radiography, medical ultrasound, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), endoscopy, tactile imaging, elastography, medical photography, thermography and SPECT (single-photon emission computed tomography) and practical imaging techniques for nuclear medicine such as PET (positron emission tomography) is part of biological imaging.
2) Another full form of TBIL is the Tiny BASIC Interpreter Language. Tiny BASIC is a BASIC programming language dialect that can fit as small as 2/3 KB of memory into it. Its tiny size allowed it to be invaluable when the average memory size in the earlier years of microcomputers in the mid-1970s was just 4-8 KB.
Math was strictly integer-based to satisfy these specific size restrictions & it lacked lists. As an alternative to Microsoft BASIC, the language was partially written.