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CNRConsiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italian National Research Council)
CNRCanadian National Railway
CNRContrast-to-Noise Ratio
CNRCollege of Natural Resources
CNRConseil National de la Résistance (French: National Council of Resistance)
CNRCompagnie Nationale du Rhône (French engineering company)
CNRCollege of New Rochelle
CNRCarrier-To-Noise Ratio (fiber quality measuring)
CNRCarrier to Noise Ratio
CNRCharles Nelson Reilly (actor)
CNRCenter for Nursing Research (various schools)
CNRCeska Narodni Rada (Czech: Czech National Council)
CNRCisco Network Registrar
CNRChief of Naval Research
CNRConservatoire National de Région (French: National Regional Conservatory)
CNRCombat Net Radio
CNRCentre National de Ressources (French: National Resource Center)
CNRChina National Radio
CNRComité National Routier (French: National Road Committee)
CNRChannel Number
CNRColour Noise Reduction
CNRClick and Run
CNRCommunications Networking Riser
CNRComplex Node Representation
CNRCentre National de Référence (French: National Reference Center)
CNRClinical Nursing Research (journal)
CNRCentre National de Rugby (French: National Rugby Center)
CNRCercle National du Recyclage (French: National Recycling Circle; est. 1985)
CNRCommunication Network Riser
CNRCentro Nazionale delle Ricerche
CNRCorporation for National Research
CNRCentre for Narrative Research (UK)
CNRCops and Robbers (gaming clan)
CNRCentre for Neuroscience Research
CNRConsejo Nacional de Reconciliación (Spanish: National Reconciliation Council)
CNRCommunication & Networking Riser
CNRCommittee for Nuclear Responsibility (San Francisco, CA)
CNRCommunications / Network Riser
CNRCenter for Nutritional Research
CNRCould Not Resist
CNRCommittee on Natural Resources
CNRCentre for Neurodegeneration Research (King's College London; UK)
CNRCenter for Neurological Restoration (Cleveland Clinic)
CNRCurrency Non-Resident (financial account)
CNRComposite Noise Rating
CNRC-Type Noise Reduction (Dolby cassette technology)
CNRCompagnie Normande de Réfrigération (French: Normandy Refrigeration Company; Guichainville, Normandy, France)
CNRCell Nucleus Replacement
CNRCercle des Nageurs Riomois (French swim club)
CNRCenter for Narcolepsy Research
CNRCustomer Not Ready
CNRComputer and Network Repair (Georgia)
CNRCentre for Neurotranslational Research (Canada)
CNRComplex Node Representation (ATM Forum, PNNI SWG)
CNRClutter to Noise Ratio
CNRCharterers Not Reported (shipping)
CNRComplex Natural Resonance
CNRCalibration Not Required
CNRCan Not Reproduce
CNRCustomer Net Revenue
CNRCenter for Nonprofit Resources (Ohio)
CNRCustomized Network Routing
CNRCertificate of No Records
CNRCarboxy Nitroso Rubber
CNRComposite Noise Ratio
CNRConventional Nuclear Weapons
CNRCross-Namespace Redirect (Wikimedia Foundation)
CNRCritical Node Recognizer
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Assessment of an advanced image-based technique to calculate virtual monoenergetic computed tomographic images from a dual-energy examination to improve contrast-to-noise ratio in examinations using iodinated contrast media.
The different signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs) and contrast-to-noise ratios (CNRs) derived from the time-resolved MR angiography (TWIST) for the evaluated probes are shown in Figures 2(a) and 2(b).
Caption: FIGURE 3: Contrast-to-noise ratio for the right coronary artery (RCA), left circumflex artery (LCx), left anterior descending artery (LAD), and aorta for both study protocols and the standard of care protocol.
Signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs) and contrast-to-noise ratios (CNRs) were calculated from all steps.
CR, contrast ratio; CNR, contrast-to-noise ratio; SPAIR, spectral attenuated inversion recovery; CI, confidence intervals.
Average contrast-to-noise ratio is calculated as 16.0 from MD maps and 3.1 from FA maps showing that MD maps provide better tumor contrast with respect to FA maps of DTI.
Caption: Figure 7: Comparison of the Contrast-to-Noise Ratio (CNR) for the Thinner Aluminum Step Wedge.
(3) Blending can increase the contrast-to-noise ratio by accentuating the brightest voxels (containing iodine) from the low-kVp images and by using the lower noise characteristics of voxels in the high-energy kVp image (Figure 3).
Image quality depends on several factors and primarily on contrast-to-noise ratio (8).
The image quality and the contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR) of metastasis of the four groups were compared with ANOVA analysis.
(9) In addition, signal, signal-to-noise ratio, and contrast-to-noise ratio are increased, as there is a higher probability of photoelectric interaction than Compton interaction at lower energy levels.