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an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves)

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Averaging birth weight predictions from both sonograms did not improve the accuracy of the predicted birth weight over that from period 1 but was superior to the prediction from period 2.
Gynecologists typically do a pelvic and speculum exam after placing an IUD, but there's no sonogram involved," notes Elysia Moschos, lead author of the study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
As of October, the abortion doctor, not an ultrasound technician, had to meet the woman seeking an abortion at least 24 hours ahead of the procedure to perform a sonogram, describe the medical risks of an abortion and determine the gestational age of the fetus.
Much to my chagrin, having a genetic sonogram after you've had a bucket load of other tests is actually going to be useful," Dr.
Sonograms have been used for decades by scientists involved in audio analysis, such as voice recognition and bird song, but within this exhibition, Tracey uses the same technique to capture her favourite key moments from his words, and renders them as sonic visual artworks.
The court noted that the guidelines of both professional organizations merely recommended the presence of female staff members for vaginal sonogram procedures.
The main outcome measures were the patient's desire for a prenatal sonogram, the reasons for wanting a sonogram, the number of sonograms wanted, and the patient's willingness to pay for the examination.
Sonograms are done in so many pregnancies it may soon be difficult to find large groups of children whose mothers' didn't have one while pregnant.
The mother had two additional sonograms, with no reported abnormality.
But DeVillez said her Austin crisis pregnancy center provides sonograms, too, and that with the right support, seeing that image can be a magical, life-changing moment for scared women.
A dissenting opinion was filed in which the dissenting judge opined that by not having a policy or procedure requiring a female employee to be present during such sonograms, the hospital had departed from the required standard of care.
The patient had several sonograms after the demise of Twin B and asked to see Twin B on the sonogram monitor.
he played recordings of the bird's call and the echo while he displayed their sonograms, which are curiously alike.