echogram


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echogram

[′ek·ō‚gram]
(engineering)
The graphic presentation of echo soundings recorded as a continuous profile of the sea bottom.
(medicine)
The pictorial display of anatomical structures using pulse-echo techniques.
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Several diagnostic efforts, including a cardiac echogram, electrocardiogram, and an ear, nose, and throat workup, were carried out to determine the focus of infection but without convincing results.
Therefore we conducted an acoustic analysis on data from a small portion from one survey in order to determine if there was a direct correlation between substrate classes or echogram measurements with species abundance.
This software produces 166 proprietary unitless echogram measurements (EMs) on the first seafloor echo for an internal principal components analysis (PCA), and then uses the first three principal components (PCs), generally accounting for more than 95% of the covariance (Ellingsen et al.
Photographs of echograms showing intraocular mass, calcification and high reflectivity on simultaneous A and B- scan are given.
Figure 1 (A-D): Echograms showing intraocular mass, calcification and high reflectivity on simultaneous A and B- scan.
The youngster underwent a series of echograms and her parents were given the devastating news that their precious daughter would have to undergo two operations on her heart, including open heart surgery.
With radar, sonar, fish-finders and echograms she could pinpoint and capture whole schools of fish with chilling effectiveness.
No minimum signal level was used when creating echograms so they included signals from smaller organisms.
We determined desired sampling depth by locating "targets" as revealed by echograms and confirmed sampling depth with an acoustically linked depth indicator (Vemco VR-60) fitted to the trawl.
The process of judging echograms and assigning biological characteristics based on trawls is somewhat subjective.
First, background noise was estimated for each echosounder frequency and incoherently subtracted from the respective echograms of [S.