sonogram


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sonogram

[′sän·ə‚gram]
(acoustics)
The image produced by ultrasonic imaging.
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Ortaleza posted Wednesday via Instagram a sonogram captioned: 'Freedom is yours!
However, according to (https://metro.co.uk/2018/07/30/skepta-sparks-speculation-naomi-campbell-baby-rapper-shares-sonogram-7778878/) Metro , the woman who is carrying the baby seen in the sonogram has to be in the third trimester of her pregnancy.
Abbott praised a series of laws the state has passed in recent years, including 2011 legislation requiring doctors to perform a sonogram, make the heartbeat of the fetus audible and show images of the fetus to women at least 24 hours before they obtain an abortion.
Transverse and longitudinal sonogram of horse (before treatment in Fig.
Now the birth weights were predicted from each sonogram using the gestation-adjusted projection method and Brenner's median fetal [10] weights (50th percentile) for gestational age.
The Lebanese controversial diva recently travelled to London for medical check-ups - as you do - and her sonogram revealed that she is expecting a baby boy.
The interrogating ultrasound beam is positioned parallel to and between adjacent rib heads, such that the ribs are not seen in the sonogram. A longitudinal view of the transverse process and its tip should be displayed medially, with the pleura lateral and slightly deeper.
"Gynecologists typically do a pelvic and speculum exam after placing an IUD, but there's no sonogram involved," notes Elysia Moschos, lead author of the study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
On August 18, four days past her due date, she underwent a sonogram which showed mild left hydrocephalus with an incidental finding of mid-left ventriculomegaly.
Results from an EKG and sonogram of my chest, neck, and arms were normal.