Static Contrast Ratio

Some articles on contrast, contrast ratio, static contrast ratio:

MRI Contrast Agent - Types - Oral Administration of Contrast Agents
... A wide variety of oral contrast agents can enhance images of the gastrointestinal tract ... tea can also be used for T1 increasing contrast enhancement ... a type of perfluorocarbon, has been used as a gastrointestinal MRI contrast agent for pediatric imaging ...
Chubb Illusion
... The Chubb illusion is an optical illusion wherein the apparent contrast of an object varies dramatically, depending on the context of the presentation ... Low-contrast texture surrounded by a uniform field appears to have higher contrast than when it is surrounded by high-contrast texture ...
Contrast Ratio - Dynamic Contrast (DC)
... in the LCD technology is "dynamic contrast" (DC), also called "advanced contrast ratio" (ACR) and various other designations ... a dark image, a display that supports dynamic contrast underpowers the backlight lamp (or decreases the aperture of the projector's lens using an iris), but proportionately amplifies the ... A plasma display with a 2,000,0001 static contrast ratio will show superior contrast to an LCD (with LED or CCFL backlight) with 30,000,0001 dynamic and 10,0001 static contrast ratio when ...
Contrast - Other Uses
... The Contrast (band), an English pop band The Contrast (play), an American play written in 1787 by Royall Tyler Contrast (Klinik album) Contrast (music ...
Lourdes Heart Institute - Treatments Available
... interventional procedures in less time with the advantage of using far lesser contrast than in a routine single plane cath lab, such a facility is rare, this being the first in South Asia ... failure and may decrease the incidence of renal failure secondary to contrast nephropathy ...

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