ultrasonography

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ultrasonography

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has signed an agreement to implement the Siemens KinetDx(TM) Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) solution for its pediatric cardiology echography department in The Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Hydrocele and cholesterol granuloma of the tunica vaginalis simulating a tumor in echography.
While, the diagnostic devices market has been further classified into fourteen major devices namely, autorefractometers, slit lamps, tonometers, ophthalmoscopes, fundus cameras, fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems, Echography systems, Keratometers, Gonioscopes, Pachymeters, perimeters, corneal topographers and specular microscopes.
Early detection is a key to survival, through learning about breast cancer symptoms and risks, as well as conducting self-test, mammography or 3D echography tests regularly.
1) Department of Clinical Sciences and Bioimaging, Infrared Imaging Laboratory, Institute of Advanced Biomedical Technologies (ITAB), (2) Echography Unit, Department of Medicine and Sciences of Ageing, (3) Department of Human Movement Science, University G.
This endovascular technique can treat the very superficial varicose veins and the deepest superficial ones by using an echography.
Abdominal and transfontanellar echography showed no abnormalities.
In particular, the ophthalmologic contribution has been substantial, with a complete description of malarial retinopathy, (15-17) with functional studies including electroretinography, (18) evaluation of blood flow of the eye by Doppler echography, (19) and fluorescein angiography and detailed fundus photography.
In addition high resolution 20 MHz B-mode echography was employed to investigate the UV related dermal changes.
Many medical types of equipment as the Computer Aided Tomography (CAT), the Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI), or the Echography or Ultrasound images allow the acquisition of several images, which can be combined in order to obtain a higher-resolution image.
Cardiac echography and MRI revealed obliteration of both apices of ventricles by thrombus and delayed enhancement in keeping with the classic appearance of Loeffler's endocarditis.