15) CTA with multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) has been advocated as the noninvasive modality of choice for diagnostic and therapy planning purposes.
What does MPR stand for?
MPR stands for Multiplanar Reconstruction (CT and MR imaging)
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- Mountain Pine Ridge (Belize)
- Mouvement Patriotique pour le Renouveau (French: Patriotic Movement for Renewal; political party; Mali)
- Mouvement Patronal pour le Renouveau (French: Patronal Movement for Renewal; business organization)
- Mouvement Populaire de la Révolution (French: Popular Movement of the Revolution; Zairian political party)
- Multi-Packet Reception
- Multi-Point Relay
- Multi-Provider Router
- Multi-Purpose Room
- Multipart Repeater
- Multipath Ranging
- Multiple Pulses per Row
- Multiplex Project Requirements (Sprint)
- Multiprotocol Router
- Popular Movement of the Revolution (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
- Manitoba Provincial Rifle Association (Canada)
- Marine Parks and Reserves Authority (Australia)
- Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (US Navy)
- Michigan Police Reserve Association
- Military Police Regimental Association
- Minneapolis Police Relief Association
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The companion website includes appendices, the chapter on the development of the field, the full text, a test bank, tables and figures, historical milestones, and video clips of echocardiography and multiplanar reconstruction.
Orientation can be established from multiplanar reconstructions and from the virtual endoscopic image itself.
Detection of coronary artery stenoses with thin-slice multi-detector row spiral computed tomography and multiplanar reconstruction.
FUJIFILM Medical Systems has added Obliquus, a fully integrated 3D viewing component that adds diagnostic maximum intensity projection (MIP) and multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) to the company's Synapse PACS.
For TEE imaging, 3D surface or multiplanar reconstruction can provide physicians a more detailed, anatomical display of the heart and clinical disease processes.
Multiplanar reconstruction permits creation of images that display anatomy and pathology in an orientation other than that of the source images.
An advantage of using multidetector CT (MDCT) is the use of multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) to align the image along the longitudinal axis of the airway.