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Synonyms for ultrasonography

using the reflections of high-frequency sound waves to construct an image of a body organ (a sonogram)

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Major Finding: Using less invasive three-dimensional ultrasound for quantitative sensory testing of the bladder appeared to be comparable to retrograde cystometry results in the literature.
Assessment of the gap between the fetal nasal bones at 11 to 13 + 6 weeks of the gestation by three-dimensional ultrasound.
Development of fetal brain sulci and gyri: Assessment through two and three-dimensional ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging.
Three-dimensional ultrasound in the diagnosis of Mullerian duct anomalies and concordance with magnetic resonance imaging.
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Fetal malformations: assessment by three-dimensional ultrasound in the surface mode.
GOPiCE filters three-dimensional ultrasound volumes, removing speckle and other artifacts, while simultaneously extending the clinician's vision to planes previously hidden, such as the regions of the fetal brain.
In the study researchers used novel technique imaging of three-dimensional ultrasound at the beginning and after two years, measuring changes in carotid artery vessel thickening of plaque to determine whether diet can reverse atherosclerosis, a process that naturally increases with age.
Tissue Doppler gated (TDOG) dynamic three-dimensional ultrasound imaging of the fetal heart.
KAILUA KONA, HAWAII -- Three-dimensional ultrasound is less helpful for diagnosing fetal abnormalities than for counseling patients, Dr.
Real-time three-dimensional ultrasound images may signal the birth of a new medical field of study: that of fetal behavior, Dr.
Hopes that three-dimensional ultrasound with power Doppler would improve detection of early disease were dashed with the results of a huge NOCEDP trial of 5,275 women at high risk for ovarian cancer.
Three-dimensional ultrasound is a recent addition to diagnostic 3-D.
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