multiplanar reformatting


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multiplanar reformatting (MPR)

a technique used in two-dimensional tomographic imaging (computed tomography and magnetic resonance) to generate sagittal, coronal, and oblique views from axial sections.
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Multiplanar reformatting should be performed and the aortic diameter should be measured in reproducible anatomic positions, in a plane perpendicular to the direction of flow.
Despite having the capability in this study to use multiplanar reformatting to interrogate the 1 mm dataset, we opted not to use this function so that the two datasets were analyzed and compared in the same axial plane.
The diagnostic value of radial multiplanar reformatting (MPR) in the CT-diagnosis of pulmonary embolism [in German].
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Automated features include adaptive image registration (2D/3D), multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, angiogenesis maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries, portfolio for reporting, SureLoc(TM) for interventional guidance and multimodality capability.
Automated features include image registration, multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, angiogenesis maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries, portfolio for reporting, SureLoc(TM) for interventional guidance and multimodality capability.
CADstream's core automated features include image registration, multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, angiogenesis maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries and SureLoc(TM) for real-time interventional guidance.
CADstream's core automated features include adaptive image registration (2D/3D), multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, angiogenesis maps, interactive real-time contrast curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs) and volume summaries.