Maximum Intensity Projection Figure 12 Magnetic resonance angiography.

flow-sensitized MRI is collected from many thin slices in a 3D format. This produces a 3D volume image in which the vessels are represented by relatively intense signal. Subsequently, the image intensities are projected onto a single viewing plane that may have any arbitrary orientation. In the example shown in Fig. 12, the angiographic information is being projected from a lateral perspective. From this perspective one can readily visualize the major feeding arteries of the corotid and basilar systems as well as many of the larger intracerebral vessels.

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