echocardiography

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a noninvasive diagnostic procedure that uses ultrasound to study to structure and motions of the heart

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Her workup was negative except for a transthoracic echo cardiogram that suggested the presence of an atrial mass.
An echo cardiogram, with Miller on a treadmill, confirmed as much.
Q I HAD an echo cardiogram done recently because I had been having chest pain and the doctor thought he heard a heart murmur.
The family had tests at James Cook University Hospital including an echo cardiogram to check the aorta valve in their hearts.
An electrocardiogram and an echo cardiogram were carried out, looking at the structure and strength of her heart.
Unlike athletes on the continent, the young Andy didn't have access to regular echo cardiogram (ECG) tests and they put his occasional lack of endurance down to over-exertion, like the thousands of other lads playing football every week.