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Echogenicity - Wikipedia

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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 ...

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 ...

What is a hyperechoic lesion in the liver? | Reference.com

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A hyperechoic liver lesion is a region on that liver that shows up on an ultrasound . This can be the result of a number of different conditions, some benign and ...

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 ...

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 Lesions of the Breast - AJR

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The differential diagnosis for a hyperechoic hematoma includes fat necrosis, subcutaneous lipoma, and hematologic metastases. Clinical correlation is vital in  ...

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

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

Characterization of Hyperechoic Focal Liver Lesions

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Jan 1, 2005 ... Abstract. Objective. The aim of this study was to evaluate hyperechoic focal liver lesions with pulse inversion harmonic imaging in the late ...

Differentiation of Small Hyperechoic Renal Cell Carcinoma from ...

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hyperechoic RCC from AML. Received October 16, 1998, from the Department of Radiology, Seoul. National University Hospital, Seoul, South Korea. Revised ...

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, ...

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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.

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 ... - NCBI

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AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2013 May;200(5):W518-30. doi: 10.2214/AJR.12.9263. Hyperechoic lesions of the breast: radiologic-histopathologic correlation. Adrada  ...