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sonogram

[′sän·ə‚gram]
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The image produced by ultrasonic imaging.
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A 72-year-old male who is a known case of chronic liver disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus was found to have space occupying lesions in the ultrasonogram.
The ocular ultrasonograms in the diseased eyes revealed ill-defined and hypoechoic cornea, ill-defined or hypoechoic area in anterior chamber, hyperechoic iris, un-even echoes in vitreous, partial detachment of retina as curvilinear, discrete, hyperechoic strand from posterior wall of globe (Fig.
T2-weighted MRI scans and ultrasonogram of the hip joints showed no abnormal findings, except left hip joint effusion.
Urine hemoglobin and myoglobin were positive; she had a normal chest radiograph and abdominal ultrasonogram.
8% of women had a cervical length of 2 cm or less on an initial transvaginal ultrasonogram.
Roberts of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, said the findings shift the focus from vesicoureteral reflux to renal scarring, and confirm the value of renal-bladder ultrasonogram as a predictor of renal damage.
A, Pelvic ultrasonogram showing a heterogeneously hypoechoic lesion that measures 4.
The diagnosis is generally arrived at on the basis of history and clinical examination though occasionally imaging like ransabdominal ultrasonogram MRI and CT scan may be needed in early symptomatic or doubtful cases.
As many as 30 tests, including neurosonogram, sweat, ultrasonogram, blood, urine, x-ray, genetic and chromosome analysis etc were conducted over the last few days to find out the cause of the baby's ailment but the results were normal.
All pregnant ladies with singleton fetus in Breech presentation at 33-35 weeks of gestation on a recent screening ultrasonogram were eligible for the study.
An abdominal ultrasonogram revealed hepatomegaly, with a liver size of 14 cm (normal 10 cm) and spleen 13 cm (normal 10-12 cm).

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