PWI

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AcronymDefinition
PWIPro Wrestling Illustrated (magazine)
PWIPro Wrestling Iron
PWIPerfusion-Weighted Imaging (application of magnetic resonance imaging)
PWIProjects with Industry
PWIPenson Worldwide, Inc. (various locations)
PWIPermanent Way Institution
PWIProduced Water Injection (oilfield technology)
PWIPerfect World International (gaming)
PWIPacific WebWorks, Inc. (Salt Lake City, UT)
PWIPartnerships with Industry (San Diego, CA)
PWIParenting with Intention
PWIPanhandle Windstorm Inspections (Tallahassee, FL)
PWIPosting While Intoxicated
PWIPredominantly-White Institution
PWIPublic Windows Interface
PWIPublic Waters Inventory
PWIPiedmont Wilderness Institute (South Carolina)
PWIProximity Warning Indicator (aviation)
PWIPure Worldwide Internet
PWIPower Indication
PWIPeople Web International (est. 2009)
PWIPicasa Webalbum Integrator (web tool)
PWIPacific Wellness Institute (Toronto, ON, Canada)
PWIPrimarily White Institution
PWIProcessWise Integrator
PWIPotable Water Intake
PWIEO Paton Electric Welding Institute (Kiev, Ukraine)
PWIPolar Plasma Wave Investigation
PWIProcess Work Instruction
PWIPilot Warning Indicator
PWIPlutonium Waste Incinerator (SRS)
PWIProWrestling Insider
PWIPaid When Incurred
PWIPulse-Width Inspection
PWIProduct Waste Indicator
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This can lead to infarction and amplify the original damage from the ischemia over time, which is considerably detected by the mismatch between perfusion reduction and the area already infracted through perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) widely.
Caption: Figure 1: Initial (a) MRI with unremarkable diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) and perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) as well as FLAIR images.
The vasculature is a key feature in the histopathology diagnosis of gliomas and permits imaging associations with grade through perfusion-weighted imaging.
Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast (DSC) Perfusion-Weighted Imaging (PWI) measures concentration of a paramagnetic contrast material in the organ, providing reliable information on blood flow and vascularization.
Clinical correlates of white matter blood flow perfusion changes in Sturge-Weber syndrome: a dynamic MR perfusion-weighted imaging study.
Multimodal MRI techniques include diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI), perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI), MR spectroscopy (MRS), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and functional MRI (fMRI).
Magnetic resonance imaging showed that patients on triple therapy had significantly smaller stroke lesions, with a mean volume based on perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) of 49.
Magnetic resonance imaging showed that patients who received triple therapy had significantly smaller stroke lesions, with a mean volume based on perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) of 49.
MRI, which includes perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI), will replace computed tomography (CT) because of its heightened sensitivity.