ultrasonography


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ultrasonography

(acoustics)
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Because laying hens are the only animals that develop spontaneous ovarian cancer similar to humans, 3D ultrasonography may be a useful tool for evaluating ovarian tumors in both birds and humans.
Comparison of ultrasonography and conventional radiography in the diagnosis of nasal fractures.
2005) Accuracy of office-based ultrasonography of the shoulder for the diagnosis of rotator cuff tears.
compared digital and ultrasonographic examination of the cervix in post-term pregnant women, (11) finding cervical palpation to be more successful than transvaginal ultrasonography in predicting the success of labour induction.
Validation and reproducibility of ultrasonography in the detection of synovitis in the knee: a comparison with arthroscopy and clinical examination.
Veterinary ultrasonography, CAB international, pp: 1-12: 102-150.
High resolution ultrasonography is an invaluable tool for the diagnosis of genital filariasis and to assess the response of antifilarial drugs.
Ultrasonography was repeated at the end of antitubercular therapy and compared with the prior findings to assess improvement.
Duplex ultrasonography has excellent sensitivity and specificity of 97% and 94% respectively, with positive and negative predictive values of 97% and 98% respectively for proximal DVT.
Other authors have also advocated the use of ultrasound in predicting variceal bleeding, like Pilette et al, Haung et al, and Schmassmal et al, have proposed ultrasonography for primary prevention as well as for prediction of recurrent variceal bleeding [10,11,12].
Activists say female foeticide is rising because of the availability of technologies like ultrasonography and amniocentesis to determine the gender of foetuses at the request of the parents.
Ultrasonography provides non-invasive real-time imaging of the anatomy for rectus sheath blocks.