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NECT

(NEC Technologies, Inc.) The name of the former North American subsidiary of NEC that specialized in monitors, data projectors and printers. For more information, visit www.necdisplay.com. See NEC.
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To date, no study comparing NECT to CECT of the brain, utilising 64-slice CT technology, has been published.
Evidence-based guidelines proposed by the Therapeutics and Technology Assessment subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology, endorses the role of DWI in accurate diagnosis of acute ischemic stroke particularly in the first 12 hours as being superior to NECT and also suggest, that baseline DWI infarct volume has predictive ability towards final infarct volume and overall clinical outcomes [13].
(5,6) Ectopic GHRH secretion usually originates from NECT, commonly from a bronchial carcinoid or enteropancreatic NECT.
With the introduction of the Versa M Series, NECT sets two new innovative standards, both industry firsts, for color capability in a notebook computer: VersaVision True Color for a brilliant 16 million color display and VersaVision High-Resolution Color for a high-precision 800 x 600 display capable of bringing out the finest detail.
NECT brain was done using 120/260Kv/mAs, scan time of 7 to 8s, rotation time 0.
However, during the discussions it was decided that as both sites are in the Nunthorpe & Poole Conservation Area and contain historic buildings, the council should commission the North of England Civic Trust (NECT) to prepare development guidance.
The non-enhanced CT (NECT) and contrast-enhanced CT (CECT) scans were read at separate occasions and readers blinded to the history, each other's interpretation and their own interpretation of the NECT.
It will also con- nect the airport advertising industry to programmatic while increasing advertising revenues for Dubai Air- ports.
NECT thorax (b) showing well defined mass in the anterior mediastinum with fat and soft tissue components.
Alauna Roman fort and an adjacent disused 19th Century model farm at Maryport in Cumbria has been acquired by the Newcastle-based North of England Civic Trust (NECT) from the Hadrian's Wall Trust, which ceased trading in July last year and will now be wound up.
As both sites are in the Nunthorpe and Poole Conservation Area and contain historic buildings, the council commissioned the North of England Civic Trust (NECT) to prepare development advice.