The signal intensity of the lesion on DWIs
(b1000) was determined: either hypointense equals free diffusion, or hyperintense equals restricted diffusion.
Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI
) has long been used as a complementary sequence in abdominal MRI.
The combination of T2WI, diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI
), and dynamic contrast-enhanced imaging (DCEI) provides a systematic method of conducting decision-making processes and a focus on biopsy staging in a more objective manner However the information obtained is open to the subjective evaluation of the radiologist who determines the relative possibilities of a differential diagnosis.
A woman in upstate New York was charged with a DWI
for driving with a blood alcohol level well above the legal limit.
Based on the preprocessed DWIs
, we used FSL's bedpostx tool to estimate the multifibre directions within each voxel of the brain using the ball-and-two-sticks model [34, 35] as the fibre orientation distribution function for subsequent tractography.
T2-weighted (T2WI) and diffusion-weighted (DWI
) magnetic resonance images of the prostate were acquired before a 12-core transrectal prostate biopsy.
(1) Intravoxel incoherent motion of water molecules in the extracellular space is measured from diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI
) with at least two identified b values by combining the effects of water diffusion and capillary perfusion.
Levy called the report's 24 recommendations a multi-pronged attack on the practice, saying it takes particular aim at the "bottomless pit of presently permitted 'lesser' DWI
pleas," which allow offenders to avoid New York's current DWI
penalties and sanctions.
has been a trusted California broker since 1914, when the firm was founded by David H.
The firm said that it has acquired Broker of Record rights to certain fiduciary liability policies and fidelity bonds previously brokered by David Walker Insurance Services (DWIS
) in San Francisco.
"Back then, you didn't have the DWIs
. You didn't have the drugs.