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“I was sitting in a dark room day after day, reading ultrasound images of human patients,” she recalls.When physicians and veterinarians team up, all species benefit|Liz Devitt|November 5, 2020|Science News For Students
For medical imaging, space-medicine researchers have their eyes on a new ultrasound device.Surviving Mars missions will take planning and lots of innovation|Maria Temming|October 22, 2020|Science News For Students
Advocate for a 3-D ultrasound which will offer a more comprehensive picture and analysis of your breast tissue.The Anatomy Of A Breast Cancer Survivor: ‘Early Detection Saved My Life’|Charli Penn|October 6, 2020|Essence.com
Both George and Frank went about their daily business, seemingly not feeling the ultrasound at all.How Scientists Influenced Monkeys’ Decisions Using Ultrasound in Their Brains|Shelly Fan|May 27, 2020|Singularity Hub
That then boosts the ultrasound energy deposited on the cells, Mittelstein says.
When the machine was wheeled in, I pulled the window shades closed and applied the ultrasound probe to his chest.
We continued CPR while I called for an echo machine, which takes ultrasound pictures of the heart.
They tried again and were thrilled when the first ultrasound showed twins.
Her partner in all this eating and cooking is an ultrasound technician named Raphael, her boyfriend of four years.
Walker said that although he signed the ultrasound bill, it is not something he focuses on.Scott Walker Is the Perfect Republican Candidate for 2016 (on Paper)|David Freedlander|November 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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Other words from ultrasoundultrasonic adjective (ŭl′trə-sŏn′ĭk)
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A method of diagnosing illness and viewing internal body structures in which sound waves of high frequency are bounced off internal organs and tissues from outside the body. The technique measures different amounts of resistance the body parts offer to the sound waves, and then uses the data to produce a “picture” of the structures. Ultrasound is often used to obtain an image of the developing fetus in pregnant women; the image can confirm the presence of twins or triplets and can be used to diagnose some abnormalities.