ultrasonography

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Ultrasonographic examination was performed using a My Lab 30 Vet Gold device with the linear frequency transducer set at 6-18MHz and without the use of a standoff pad.
Mortality results for randomized controlled trial of early elective surgery or ultrasonographic surveillance for small abdominal aortic aneurysms.
We provide an overview of the most important specific points of radiographic and ultrasonographic imaging procedures in backyard poultry and waterfowl, highlight anatomic peculiarities, and discuss the most commonly documented radiographic and ultrasonographic signs in clinical patients.
Post-treatment ultrasonographic assessment of spastic gastrocnemius muscle showed a significant improvement in the compressibility ratio in the aquatic exercise group.
White arrow shows ultrasonographic visualization of a pleural effusion between the visceral and parietal pleura
Perhaps, because of the small sample size and the lack of standardization of the ultrasonographic views, these studies showed significant variation in the measurements of fetal sulcus development.
Ultrasonographic techniques for real-time detection of blood flow.
samples tested Incubator, first newborn 3/7 Incubator, second newborn 0/7 Ultrasonographic probe 1/1 Bench surface used for bottle feeding 1/1 Control incubator 1 0/4 Control incubator 2 0/4 Control ultrasonographic probe 0/1 Heated humidifier for 2 control incubators 0/2 Wet bulb for 2 control incubators 0/2 Heating ramp for control incubator 1 0/1 Control incubator mattresses 0/2 Babies' sheets 0/1 Towels 0/1 Sterile field 0/1 Ultrasound gel dispenser bottles 0/2 Used ultrasound gel 0/1 Air filtration/ventilation equipment 0/1 Air flow sensor for ventilator 0/1 Heating unit for ventilator 0/1 Food refrigerator 0/1 Various cutlery 0/2 Table 2.
The anatomic landmark for the axillary artery was sought under ultrasonographic guidance that offered accurate placement of the injection needle while avoiding puncture of nerve structures during the injection.
Ultrasonographic tissue characterisation of human Achilles tendons: quantification of tendon structure through a novel non-invasive approach.
Mobile, dependent echogenic foci within the gallbladder lumen with posterior acoustic shadowing in the ultrasonographic examination was accepted as criteria for the diagnosis of gallstones.