Measurement of liver stiffness with two imaging techniques: magnetic resonance elastography and ultrasound elastometry.
What does MRE stand for?
MRE stands for Magnetic Resonance Elastography (scan)
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- Medical Readiness Decision Support System (US DoD)
- Munitions Requirements Decision Support System (US DoD)
- Madurai Rural Development Transformation (Madurai, India)
- Market Rasen Development Trust (England, UK)
- Marlborough Regional Development Trust (New Zealand)
- Mortality Rate Doubling Time (aging populations)
- Multiple Rates with Dated Tips
- Missouri River Drug Task Force (Gallatin County, MT)
- Multi-Relational Decision Tree Learning Algorithm (decision analysis)
- Maize Rough Dwarf Virus
- Magneto-Resistive Element
- Magnitude of Relative Error
- Maintenance, Repair and Environmental
- Major Research Equipment
- Major Roads of Europe (maps)
- Majority Rule Equilibrium
- Managed Reporting Environment (Knowledge Management)
- Market Rate Equity
- Market Rate of Exchange
- Market Research Executive (various companies)
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Applications include cardiovascular elasticity imaging, harmonic motion imaging in high intensity focused ultrasound (as used in breast cancer detection, and characterization of skeletal muscle elasticity using magnetic resonance elastography.
This means that if a wheel sensor--and magnetic resonance elastography sensors are used, which means that the wheel speed sensors can read forward and reverse rotation, not just forward, as the more common static, or inductive, sensors can--determines that a wheel is slipping, brake pressure is applied so that torque is diverted to the opposite wheel on the same axle.
A superb cadre of researchers from the Thayer School and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center combine technological developments with clinical studies to explore emerging technologies that can contribute to breast imaging, including Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE); and Near Infrared Spectral Imaging (NIR).