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MCRMy Chemical Romance (band)
MCRMy Coke Rewards (Coca-Cola customer loyalty program)
MCRModem Control Register
MCRMiddle Common Room (UK universities)
MCRMinimum Cell Rate
MCRMulti Channel Routing
MCRMemory Controller
MCRMultiprogrammatic Capability Resource
MCRMemory Configuration Register
MCRMulti Channel Receiver
MCRMultichannel Control Register
MCRMacro File
MCRManagement of Customer Relationship
MCRMulti Class Routing
MCRMinimum Capital Requirement
MCRMatchless Crowd Racing (cars)
MCRMahjong Competition Rules
MCRMemory Card Reader
MCRManchester, England (airport code)
MCRMaster Control Room
MCRMaster of Clinical Research
MCRMagnetic Card Reader
MCRMobilized Colistin Resistance (gene)
MCRMultivariate Curve Resolution (spectral resolution technique)
MCRMetabolic Clearance Rate
MCRMedical Care Research and Review
MCRMaterial Cost Reduction (various companies)
MCRMedical Center of the Rockies (Loveland, CO)
MCRMain Control Room (nuclear power)
MCRMuslim Community Radio (radio station; UK)
MCRMelanocortin Receptor
MCRMaster of Corporate Real Estate
MCRMicrocirculation
MCRMaximum Continuous Rating
MCRMinimum Course Requirements
MCRMeridian Clinical Research (pharmaceutical research; various locations)
MCRMerrill Creek Reservoir (Washington, NJ)
MCRMutation Cluster Region
MCRMarketing and Corporate Relations (South Africa)
MCRMedical Cost Ratio (managed care industry)
MCRMiddle Combination Room (UK universities)
MCRManagement Control Review
MCRMaster Control Relay
MCRMachinery Control Room (ships)
MCRMulti-Channel Retail
MCRMini Cooper Register (automobile club; UK)
MCRMutual Climatic Range (mathematical method for reconstructing palaeoclimates)
MCRMain Conference Room
MCRMission Control Room
MCRMission Capable Rate (US Air Force)
MCRMilitary Communications Representative
MCRMATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) Compiler Runtime (MathWorks, Inc.)
MCRMid Course Review
MCRMATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) Component Runtime (MathWorks, Inc.)
MCRManagement Consulting & Research, Inc.
MCRMinor Contract Revision (various locations)
MCRMissouri Cancer Registry
MCRMasters of Corporate Real Estate
MCRMaricopa County Recorder (Arizona newspaper)
MCRMobile Control Room
MCRMovement des Citoyens pour la Republique (French: Citizen and Republican Movement)
MCRMolded Carrier Ring
MCRMagnetic Character Reader
MCRMaster Change Record
MCRMagnetic Character Recognition
MCRMission Confirmation Review (NASA)
MCRMechanical Cold Run (semiconductors)
MCRMinimum Creep Rate
MCRMilitary Civil Relations
MCRMilitary Compact Reactor
MCRManual Change Request
MCRMultiple Chip Rate
MCRManual Change Release
MCRMulti-Country Region
MCRManpower Change Request
MCRMessage Completion Rate
MCRMaster Control Routine
MCRMaterials Control Requirement
MCRMulti-Channel Recorder
MCRMicrocompact Range
MCRMotion-Compensated Reconstruction (digital television)
MCRMaximum Continuous Revolution (ship engines)
MCRManufacturing Change Request
MCRMagnetic Cartridge Recorder
MCRMulti-Command Regulation
MCRMicroprocessor Clock Receiver (AT&T)
MCRMaterial Change Request
MCRMaintenance Control Report
MCRMission Computer Replacement
MCRModified Cash Refund (pension feature)
MCRMemisa-Cordaid
MCRMotor Control Room
MCRMilestone Concurrence Review
MCRMaterial Conformance Report
MCRMilitary Contract Requirement(s)
MCRMaster Control Record System
MCRMobile Cellular Radio
MCRMap of Canada Reference (number)
MCRMarcellin College Randwick
MCRMarcellin College Randwick (Randwick NSW, Australia)
MCRMaterial Condition Review
MCRModular Cellular Radio
MCRMobilization Contracting Requirement
MCRMaster Change Request
MCRManual Contract Requirement
MCRMonitor Control Routines
MCRMilitary Communications Requirement
MCRMultiple Channel Reservation
MCRMoto Club des Riceys (French motorcycle club; Les Riceys, France)
MCRMini Club Romand (automobile club; Switzerland)
MCRMobile Camera Room
MCRMission Capability Requirements
MCRModélisme Club Rouchons (French radio controlled car club)
MCRMedical Cost Remedy, Inc.
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LMWH has been shown to downregulate ET-1, TNF-[alpha], and IL-6, leading to the reduction of the formation of microthrombosis, improving microcirculation (28).
Therefore, CEUS is a safe, dynamic, precise, repeatable bedside approach to monitor brain microcirculation and analyze cerebral autoregulation function in patients with intracranial hypertension or unilateral brain lesion.
Both affect the microcirculation and increase blood flow therein.
Thus, it was found that the combination of rosuvastatin and L-norvaline in the studied dosages increased the rates of regional intraosseous microcirculation of the proximal femur.
Sublingual Microcirculation. In the second stage, sublingual microcirculation was visualized with the aid of a side stream dark-field imaging device
Microcirculation abnormalities in patients with fibromyalgia - measured by capillary microscopy and laser fluxmetry.
After 3 weeks of MLS laser therapy an increase in the number of patients (from 20 to 27) without microcirculation abnormalities was noticed.
Previous studies revealed that the measurement of RT is prolonged in patients with RVO, which is one of the microcirculation disorders [7, 10,29].
Sirtuin 2 Modulates Cell Adhesion in Sepsis Microcirculation. To study microvascular inflammation, we assessed sepsis-induced leukocyte and platelet adhesion in small intestinal microcirculation of SIRT2KO and SIRT2KI mice compared to those of WT control.
Hemorheology is a branch of biorheology that focuses on blood and its interactions in both macro- and microcirculation under the influence of the applied constraints [12].
Moreover, it is known that nitric oxide (NO) and reactive oxygen species (ROS) are closely involved in microcirculation kinetics, and oxidative stress plays a large role in the associated disorders [1].
[17] and customized for this study, to simulate pulpal blood microcirculation (Figure 1).