What MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY (MRS) means: A non-invasive analytic imaging technique used to study metabolic changes in diseases affecting the brain, including tumors, strokes, and seizures. The technique is also used to study the metabolism of other organs. MRS complements MRI as a non-invasive means for the characterization of tissue, by providing measure of the concentration of different chemical components within the tissue.
- Definition MHealth:
- Dictionary An abbreviation for mobile health, which is the practice of medicine and public health supported with mobile devices such as mobile phones for health services and information magnetic resonance spectroscopy (mrs).
- Definition Mammography:
- Dictionary An X-ray imaging method used to image the breast for the early detection of cancer and other breast diseases. It is used as both a diagnostic and screening tool magnetic resonance spectroscopy (mrs).
- Definition Microparticle:
- Dictionary 1 and 100 m in size. A m is a micrometer, which is one-millionth of a meter. Man-made microparticles include ceramics, glass, polymers and metals. In biological systems, microparticles are small magnetic resonance spectroscopy (mrs).
- Definition Mesenchymal Stem Cells:
- Dictionary A term used to define non-blood adult stem cells from a variety of tissues. However, it is not clear whether mesenchymal stem cells from different tissues are the same magnetic resonance spectroscopy (mrs).