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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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Brightness mode 2-dimensional (2D) and 3-dimensional (3D) ultrasonography were performed to identify the origin of the mass with midline approach.
However, by introducing ultrasonography, an average of 98 percent of first and second year medical students were successful in visualizing anatomy and musculoskeletal structures of the body.
Testicular ultrasonography revealed a solid mass at the right testis with concentric rings of hypoechogenicity and hyperechogenicity.
5-8) Lou et al outlined an algorithm that includes ultrasonography in the workup of isolated nasal fractures.
Low thyroid autoantibodies and normal parenchymal appearance on thyroid ultrasonography suggested that autoimmunity was not the cause of hyperthyroidism.
Considering his pain, we thought to continue imaging examination with diagnostic ultrasonography interpreted by the SG author who had more than 20 years of experience performing musculoskeletal sonography (Siemens Sonoline Antares, with probe 5-13 Mhz.
During the last hour before induction, transvaginal ultrasonography for cervical evaluation was performed in all patients by the same obstetrician.
Five Turkish doctors from Izmir Ataturk Teaching & Research Hospital will attend a training program organized by the European Accreditation Council for Continuous Medical Education (EACCME) in Vienna, Austria, and inform their European colleagues about use of bedside ultrasonography in clinical medicine.
Ultrasonography in rheumatology: developing its potential in clinical practice and research.
Ultrasonography considered as one of the accurate and appropriate diagnostic methods in diagnostic imaging which have wide usage in human medicine and veterinary medicine.
Presence of linear echogenic structures with persistent, random, almost tireless twirling movements on high resolution ultrasonography is considered diagnostic of adult filarial worms (3).
The cluster consists of medical radiation technology (MRT), diagnostic ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and medical laboratory technology.
offer a guide to the principles of diagnostic radiology and ultrasonography for use with dogs and cats.
However, ultrasonography (USG) is an affordable, non invasive and widely available modality which can be of help in diagnosis of abdominal tuberculosis (2).