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A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

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8) MRI can be of help in such situations because of its high intrinsic contrast resolution, and contrast administration may be avoided altogether.
It generates images of up to 16,000 shades of gray thanks to a 14-bit depth ADC (analog-to-digital) converter, giving it the highest contrast resolution available for a panel of this size.
One major advantage that MRI has over CT is that MRI can show different structures in multiple planes and with a higher degree of soft-tissue contrast resolution.
This technology offers important diagnostic details when imaging a fetal heart and helps increase contrast resolution so physicians can differentiate tissue more distinctly.
KBCT is the first commercially available, fully-integrated, dedicated breast CT scanner designed specifically to image the entire breast with high spatial and contrast resolution at a radiation dose similar to or less than diagnostic mammography.
Although CT generally has a higher spatial resolution when compared with MR imaging, relatively, it lacks contrast resolution, which limits its ability to evaluate the biliary system.
CT, with its high degree of spatial resolution for bone, and MRI, with its high degree of contrast resolution for soft tissue, are complementary in imaging patients with Wegener's granulomatosis.
The technologies in traditional systems haven't really changed since the 1960s so they continue to suffer from poor spatial and contrast resolution, in short, 'fuzzy imaging.
Combined with 4-D TOF capabilities, Astonish TF shows a 50 percent improved contrast resolution while maintaining quantitative accuracy with up to four times the reconstruction speed of previous-generation systems.
5T leading to reduced contrast resolution on traditional (short TR, short echo time [TE]) spin-echo (SE) acquisitions.