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MIP

MIP

1. Monthly income plan. An investment vehicle, especially for retired persons, that makes equal disbursements each month. This allows the receiver to budget one's retirement more carefully; that is, rather than spending all of one's retirement income at once, an MIP only allows the receiver a certain amount each month. See also: Annuity.

2. Monthly income preferred security. A preferred stock issued by a company's subsidiary in a tax haven. The subsidiary sells these preferred stocks and then lends the money to the parent. This allows the parent to avoid or evade taxes on the money raised in that round of financing.
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Caption: The maximum intensity projection (MIP) of the FAST image of the same patient shows the retroareolar enhancing mass.
In particular, the maximum intensity projection algorithm is being used extensively in the study of the vasculature of tissues.
Helical computed tomography in third dimension (3d) of biliary tract, intestinal, urinary and airway with surface shaded (ssd), maximum intensity projections (mpi), three-dimensional volume reconstructions
CADstream for breast was designed specifically for breast MRI analysis and workflow, and includes automated image registration, multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, Angiogenesis Maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries, Portfolio for reporting and SureLoc([R]) for interventional guidance.
Automated features within the CADstream for breast MRI system include image registration, multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, Angiogenesis Maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries, Portfolio for reporting, SureLoc[R] for interventional guidance and multimodality capability.
Automated features include image registration, multiplanar reformatting, subtractions, angiogenesis maps, curves, maximum intensity projections (MIPs), volume summaries, morphology characterization, Portfolio for reporting, SureLoc[TM] for interventional guidance and multimodality capability.

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