What is Ultrasonography also called?
Ultrasonography is also called sonography, diagnostic sonography, and echocardiography when it is used to image the heart
Cranial ultrasonography is also performed on adults during brain surgery to help identify the location of brain tumors
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Yes, in sonography you use ultrasound waves to obtain a picture called a sonogram.
Cranial ultrasonography is most often used in infants to diagnose problems with the brain
Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography is a noninvasive method of analyzing blood flow in the brain.
A Doppler ultrasonography test showing no restricted blood flow is a normal finding.
What are high-frequency sound waves that visualize a structure as they strike tissues of different densities in the human body called?
Manoop S. Bhutani has written: 'Digital human anatomy and endoscopic ultrasonography' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Diseases, Endoscopic ultrasonography, Gastrointestinal system 'Interventional Endoscopic Ultrasonography'
Ultrasonography procedures are safe, noninvasive, and painless. No special precautions are necessary.
G. Pilu has written: 'Diagnosis of fetal abnormalities' -- subject(s): Abnormalities, Fetus, Prenatal Ultrasonography, Ultrasonography, Prenatal
The frequencies of sound waves used in ultrasonography are between about one million and 15 million Hz (or one and 15 MHz)
Because ultrasonography uses high frequency sound waves, and not x rays or other forms of radiation , there are very few risks associated with its use
A. Travade has written: 'Pathologie mammaire' -- subject(s): Breast Diseases, Diagnosis, Maladies, Mammary Ultrasonography, Mammographie, Mammography, Sein, Ultrasonography, Mammary
Doppler ultrasonography can detect the direction, velocity, and turbulence of blood flow. It is frequently used to detect problems with heart valves or to measure blood flow through the arteries.
Please get the Ultrasonography done after two weeks of missed period and in second trimester. Your doctor will take care of it. They can be seen in Ultrasonography and you need not worry about it. Think of best and you will get it.
Vasilios D. Tsakanikas has written: 'Intravascular imaging' -- subject(s): Ultrasonography, Interventional Ultrasonography, Coronary Artery Disease, Methods, Diagnostic Imaging
Behind the uterus you have rectum. A fold of peritoneum separates the both organs. This retro uterine pouch is called as Pouch of Douglas. If there is fluid over there, that is noticed in ultrasonography.
Jeffrey W. Milsom has written: 'A surgeon's guide to endoscopic and laparoscopic ultrasonography of the colon, rectum, and anus' -- subject(s): Ultrasonography, Ultrasonic imaging, Methods, Anus, Rectal Diseases, Anus Diseases, Endoscopy, Colon (Anatomy), Laparoscopy, Liver Diseases, Colonic Diseases, Rectum, Endoscopic ultrasonography
Cordula Poulsen Nautrup has written: 'An atlas and textbook of ultrasonography of the dog and cat' -- subject(s): Diseases, Diagnosis, Atlases, Cats, Dogs, Veterinary ultrasonography
Ultrasonography uses ultrasound waves to look at soft tissues, organs, veins and muscles (as well as babies). X-rays and CT scans use radiation to produce images.
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Alexander Levitov has written: 'Bedside ultrasonography in clinical medicine' -- subject(s): Diagnostic ultrasonic imaging, Methods, Point-of-Care Systems, Point-of-care testing, Ultrasonics in medicine, Ultrasonography
John C. Hobbins has written: 'Obstetric Ultrasound' -- subject(s): Embryonic Development, Fetal Development, Fetal Diseases, Methods, Physiology, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Complications, Prenatal Ultrasonography, Ultrasonics in obstetrics, Ultrasonography
Asim Kurjak has written: 'A Slide Atlas of Three-Dimensional Ultrasound in Gynecology and Obstetrics' 'An Atlas of Transvaginal Color Doppler' 'Textbook of Perinatal Medicine' 'Transvaginal color doppler' -- subject- s -: Color Doppler ultrasonography, Diagnosis, Female Genital Diseases, Methods, Prenatal diagnosis, Transvaginal ultrasonography, Ultrasonic Diagnosis 'Color Doppler Sonography in Gynecology and Obstetrics' 'Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology' 'Ecografia En Medicina Materno-Fetal' 'An Atlas of Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology - Encyclopedia… Read More
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If pregnancy test is positive, then Ultrasonography done before will conform the location( whether the "baby" is in uterus or extra uterine,like in Fallopian tube.) and live or dead. In next trimester you will know if any fetal abnormalities are present.( Like defects in various organs and if so pregnancy can be terminated.) In third trimester various other parameters like growth of the baby, amniotic fluid quantity and maturity etc can be known and Ultrasonography… Read More
By what is called as amniocentesis, you can diagnose the chromosomal abnormality of the unborn baby. You do this procedure under cover of ultrasonography. The fetal cells will give you complete picture of the chromosomal abnormality of the unborn child.
Einar P. Wilder-Smith has written: 'High-resolution ultrasonography for peripheral nerve diagnostics' -- subject(s): Ultrasonography, Peripheral Nerves, Ultrasonic imaging, Diseases, Diagnosis, Peripheral Nervous System Diseases, Methods
You can have bleeding in next period fallowing the conception. There may be little bleeding in next month also. You should always consult your gynecologist, when ever you get bleeding in pregnancy. She will examine you internally and may go for ultrasonography.
Ultrasound is used for ultrasonography i.e. monitoring the foetus' development while still in the womb. It is also used for viewing internal organs as x-rays can damage body cells or lead to cancer.
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YES. It is possible. So your Gynecologist will do Ultrasonography to confirm but this is rare.
What is a high-frequency sound wave that visualizes a structure as it strikes tissues of different densities?
It is most well suited for imaging soft tissues that are solid and uniform or filled with fluid
What kind of test is performed to detect plaque buildup in the artery to predict or diagnose an ischemic stroke?
Is an imaging technique that records and uses the echoes of pulses of sound waves above the range of human hearing?
Radiography, endoscopy, computerized axial tomography (CT scan), and ultrasonography
Terrence D. Case has written: 'A primer of noninvasive vascular technology' -- subject(s): Blood Vessels, Blood-vessels, Diagnosis, Diagnosis, Noninvasive, Diagnostic imaging, Diseases, Doppler ultrasonography, Imaging, Methods, Noninvasive Diagnosis, Ultrasonic imaging, Ultrasonography, Vascular Diseases
For The United States of America, the abbreviation is USA. Could be any of these... ultrasonic ultrasonography also USE ultrasound also UTS, UTZ, U/S unconditional stimulus unconditioned stimulus also unCS, UnCS, UDS, UnS, UCS unit secretary United States upper segment Usher syndrome
Use of ultrasonography is very important tool in cardiology. It is completely noninvasive procedure and gives you very important information about your heart. It is called as eco-cardiography. You have colour Doppler to see the blood flow across the various chambers and valves of the hearts to help you.
Hypoechoic is used in ultrasonography. It points out abnormal reductions in echoes usually due to a change in tissue density in the body.
X ray is not allowed to be done. You can see your baby on ultrasonography screen.
Constantine Metreweli has written: 'Practical abdominal ultrasound' -- subject(s): Abdomen, Ultrasonography
S. N. Hassani has written: 'Real time ophthalmic ultrasonography' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Diagnostic use, Eye, Eye Diseases, Ultrasonic imaging, Ultrasonics, Ultrasonics in ophthalmology 'Ultrasonography of the abdomen' -- subject(s): Abdomen, Diagnosis, Diagnostic use, Diseases, Ultrasonic imaging, Ultrasonics
The gel helps prevent the formation of air pockets between the transducer and the skin that interfere with the ultrasonic signal
What is the meaning of '' as per ultrasonography on application of droppler the circumfarance of the mass leison has mildly increased''?
It means that the lesion has increased in size