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sonography:

see ultrasoundultrasound
or sonography,
in medicine, technique that uses sound waves to study and treat hard-to-reach body areas. In scanning with ultrasound, high-frequency sound waves are transmitted to the area of interest and the returning echoes recorded (for more detail, see
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sonography

[sə′näg·rə·fē]
(acoustics)
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29) Other studies however were unable to correlate sonographic features with histologic grade (Figure 12).
3% (n=119) benign, accuracy of a new sonographic classification system in differentiating benign from malignant solid thyroid nodules, keeping FNAB as gold standard showed 18.
3) have described the sonographic appearance of nerve sheath tumours as a hypoechoeic mass with an echogenic ring and posterior acoustic enhancement (4), and Beggs et al.
Our study showed elastography has better sensitivity, specificity and accuracy in detecting malignant cervical lymph nodes than B-mode sonography and the combined sonographic evaluation improves the accuracy.
Forty eight adult leprosy patients with 96 ulnar nerves underwent both clinical and sonographic examination.
Special attention should be paid to sonographic pitfalls during the scanning and interpretation of supraspinatus tendon injuries.
It seems that cystic changes inside these solid masses could be an important sonographic sign for nodular PASH.
In the follow-up examination there was no sonographic incidence for a dilated renal pelvis on both sides and in cystoscopy the left-sided ureterocele seemed to have regressed in size.
Total protein concentrations showed moderate inverse correlation, while sodium and albumin concentrations, respectively, showed strong, highly significant correlations with sonographic length and depth.
Limitations of clinical and sonographic estimates of birth weight: experience with 1034 parturients.
The primary outcome was sonographic evidence of an empty uterine cavity at 6 weeks or an uneventful clinical course at 3 months in the absence of sonography.