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TEHRAN (FNA)- To determine why more aerobically fit individuals have better memories, scientists used magnetic resonance elastography (MRE), which measures the elasticity of organs, and found that fit individuals had a firmer, more elastic hippocampus-a region of the brain associated with memory.
To investigate this phenomenon, they used magnetic resonance elastography (MRE), which measures the firmness and elasticity of organs, and found that fit individuals had a firmer, more elastic hippocampus -- a region of the brain associated with memory.
Both dosing regimens also improved Pro-C3 (a serum biomarker of fibrosis), magnetic resonance elastography (MRE, a measure of liver stiffness), as well as adiponectin, ALT and AST (markers of liver injury).
Background: To compare the diagnostic values of magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) in staging hepatic fibrosis (HF) in an animal model.
Magnetic resonance elastography can evaluate the tissue stiffness using propagating shear waves.
Assessment of hepatic fibrosis with magnetic resonance elastography.
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.
Most of these techniques--harmonic magnetic resonance elastography, optical mammography and magnetic resonance spectroscopy, to name a few--have encouraging early results, but have only been tested in handfuls of patients, according to developers of the technologies.
Called magnetic resonance elastography (MRE), the technology merges the age-old diagnostic practice of using touch -- known as palpation -- with high-tech magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Healthymagination-certified MR-Touch marks first commercial availability of Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) technique
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).
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