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an instrument that uses the differential transmission and reflection of ultrasonic waves in order to provide an image of a bodily organ

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As oil cysts evolve, solid components may appear as complex cystic masses on sonographic imaging (Figure 4A).
Each of the biopsied nodule was subsequently placed into one of five categories on the basis of sonographic features i.
High Resolution Real--Time Sonographic examination of both ulnar nerves was done using HDI 5000 scanner (Philips) equipped with a phased array broadband 5-12 MHz linear transducer.
Perfection of true umbilical cord knot diagnosis and then follow up sonographic imaging and close monitoring until the determination of foetal maturity, is the best way to achieve a good outcome.
The sonographic appearances include: (a) the supraspinatus tendon appears thickened and heterogeneous.
The initial sonographic evaluation of both kidneys revealed no pelvic dilatation.
Sonographic changes in renal tissue, and hematological, biochemical, histopathological and urinalysis indices were evaluated on Day 0 and 1, 3, 5, 8, 11, 15 and 20 days after surgery.
The authors concluded that although volumetric methods possessed some advantages, there was no consistently better method of sonographic determination of fetal weight.
Women who had sonographic findings of intrauterine remnants and/or a thick endometrium (> 10 mm) 1-2 weeks after misoprostol treatment for first-trimester miscarriage were randomly assigned to curettage within 3 days of diagnosis or expectant management.
Thus, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of percutaneous fiducial marker implantation of hepatic malignancies under sonographic guidance for CyberKnife radiation therapy.
They discuss the physical bases of medical ultrasound; techniques, instrumentation, and safety; pregnancy and screening; basic biometry; sonographic determination of gestational age; fetal anatomy; fetal echocardiography; invasive procedures; ethics and law in congenital defects; fetal growth; obstetrical Doppler; the placenta and umbilical cord; twins; basic principles of 3D and 4D sonography; ultrasound in human reproduction; the uterus and fallopian tube; benign pelvic masses; and assessment of normal and abnormal ovaries.