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anechoic

 [an-ĕ-ko´ik]
without echoes, such as a room used for hearing tests.

an·e·cho·ic

(an'ĕ-kō'ik),
The property of being echo-free or appearing without echoes on a sonographic image; a cyst filled with clear fluid appears anechoic. See: transonic.
Synonym(s): echo-free
[G. an- priv. + echo + ic]

anechoic

/an·echo·ic/ (an-ĕ-ko´ik)
1. without echoes; said of a chamber for measuring the effects of sound.

anechoic

[an′ekō′ik]
(in ultrasonography) free of echoes.

an·e·cho·ic

(an'ĕ-kō'ik)
The property of appearing echo free on a sonographic image; a clear cyst appears anechoic.
[G. an- priv. + echo + ic]

anechoic

in ultrasonography, an absence of internal echoes.
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