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Echogenicity

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Echogenicity (misspelled sometimes as echogenecity) is the ability to bounce an echo, e.g. return the signal in ultrasound examinations. In other words ...

Hyperechoic | definition of hyperechoic by Medical dictionary

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hy·per·e·cho·ic. (hī'pĕr-e-kō'ik),. 1. In ultrasonography, pertaining to material that produces echoes of higher amplitude or density than the surrounding medium.

Hyperechoic liver lesions | Radiology Reference Article ...

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A hyperechoic liver lesion on ultrasound can arise from a number of entities, both benign and malignant. A benign hepatic haemangioma is the most common ...

Tissue Echogenicity - Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia

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Combination of all the dots forms the final image. Strong specular reflections give rise to bright dots (hyperechoic) e.g., diaphragm, gallstone, bone, pericardium.

Hyperechoic Lesions of the Breast: Radiologic-Histopathologic ...

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This article presents the imaging features of benign conditions that may appear hyperechoic on breast ultrasound and provides radiologic-histopathologic corre-.

Characterization of Hyperechoic Focal Liver Lesions - Journal of ...

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Characterization of Hyperechoic. Focal Liver Lesions. Quantitative Evaluation With Pulse Inversion. Harmonic Imaging in the Late Phase of. Levovist. Halil Celik ...

Hyperechoic -- Medical Definition

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hyperechoic. Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pĕr-e-kō′ik. Definitions: 1. In ultrasonography, pertaining to material that produces echoes of higher amplitude or ...

Hyperechoic hepatic nodules: Correlation of findings from ...

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Pictorial Essay. Hyperechoic Hepatic Nodules: Correlation of Findings from Sonography, CT, and. Pathologic Analysis. Yongsoo Kim, MD, PhD, Cheolkyu Jung, ...

Ultrasound of hypoechoic solid breast nodule - Breast Cancer

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Breast ultrasound is used to distinguish solid from cystic masses using sound waves. Is it a hypoechoic nodule or is it a hyperechoic lesion? (explained below) ?

Focal Intracavitary Masses Recognized with the Hyperechoic Line ...

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sonograms with histopathologic correlation showed a hyperechoic line surrounding the ... initial experience showed that a hyperechoic line circumscribing the.

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What do hyperechoic and hypoechoic mean? - Veterinary Radiology

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Aug 24, 2009 ... In diseased states, the echogenicity of an organ can be altered, either more echogenic (hyperechoic) or less echogenic (hypoechoic) than ...

Ultrasound: Basic understanding and learning the language - NCBI

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Keywords: Hyperechoic, hypoechoic, anechoic, musculoskeletal, ultrasound, regional anesthesia, ultrasound knobology, ultrasound probe selection and ...

Hyperechoic Lesions of the Breast: Radiologic-Histopathologic ...

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Hyperechoic masses are frequently benign, including hematoma, fat necrosis, ... Malignant hyperechoic lesions include invasive ductal and invasive lobular ...