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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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B-mode ultrasonography of mammary glands of cows, goats and sheep during [alpha]- and [beta]-adrenergic agonist and oxytocin administration.
Organized thrombus was detected in the 175 patients in thrombus group by B-mode ultrasonography 2 weeks postoperatively.
We measured CIMT and assessed plaque occurrence in the carotid arteries by B-mode ultrasonography. After long term HD treatment (mean 24.22 +- 2.14 months) the second ultrasonographic evaluation was performed.
Patterns of B-mode ultrasonography is a display pattern and by this way the internal components of the eye such as cornea, anterior chambers, posterior chamber (vitreous) and the lens can be investigated [2,3].
Mangili and colleagues at Tufts University in Boston measured common carotid and internal carotid intima-medial thickness (IMT) by B-mode ultrasonography in 327 HIV-infected patients.
Mangili and colleagues at Tufts University in Boston measured common carotid and internal carotid intimamedial thickness (IMT) by B-mode ultrasonography in 327 HIV-infected patients.
B-mode ultrasonography detected an indistinctly demarcated lesion occupying the hyperechoic space and extending into the parotid and submandibular areas.
The advent of B-mode ultrasonography (USG) in bovine reproduction in 1980s heralded tremendous advances in research and clinical practice as it allowed for the first time non-invasive visualization of internal reproductive organs.
Fundus examination and B-mode ultrasonography performed at postoperative 2 months revealed a bulge in the macular area associated with the local explant (Figure 2B).
Clinical and serologic data, age, thyroid peroxidase auto-antibodies (TPOAb), thyro-globulin autoantibodies (tgAb), thyroid stimulant hormone (TSH), B-mode ultrasonography, mean peak systolic velocity (mPSV), mean end-diastolic velocity (EDV), mean resistive index (RI) flows of superior thyroid artery, inferior thyroid artery measured with proper angle (45-60degC) were measured.
Finally it is said that the easy applicability and noninvasive nature of carotid B-mode ultrasonography makes it suitable for use as screening tool for atherosclerosis burden.
Common carotid artery intima-media thickness (IMT), as measurable by high-resolution B-mode ultrasonography, is a noninvasive marker of subclinical atherosclerosis4.
Although discrepancies relative to intra- and interobserver repeatability are acceptable for measuring intraocular structures by means of B-mode ultrasonography in dogs (BOROFFKA et al., 2006), it was decided that all examinations would be done by the same person.
In all, 1,229 DCCT/EDIC patients underwent B-mode ultrasonography of the internal and carotid arteries in 1994-1996 and again in 1998-2000.