colography

colography

(ko-log'ra-fe) [ colon + -graphy]
Radiographic imaging of the large intestine.
Synonym: virtual colonoscopy
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The medication is designed to help you open your bowels more than usual ahead of the colography exam.
SAN DIEGO -- Colonoscopy remains the standard for imaging the colon, but the future may rest in nonoptical techniques such as virtual colography and colonic visualization devices such as the PillCam, Dr.
The article cited Ted Scherck, president of logistics consultancy The Colography Group, who points to large companies, that have a "continental strategy" to spread supply (and thus risk) across continents.
Computed tomographical (CT) colography (virtual colonoscopy) offers greater sensitivity in comparison, (13) but has a false positive rate of 6 percent to 17 percent, necessitating further examination by colonoscopy.
5 percent, a primarily rate-based migration," observes Ted Scherck at The Colography Group, an advisory firm for parcel shippers.
Early in 2000, The Colography Group began aggressively debunking the myth of the one-dimensional, low-inventory distribution model:
Increasingly, fewer customers actually pay book rates," says Ted Scherck at The Colography Group, an advisory firm for parcel shippers.
While the economy has demonstrated only "morbid growth" over the past year, it's growth nonetheless and not recession, says Ted Scherck of the transportation consultancy Colography Group.
This industry cannot absorb another increase in fuel charges such as we experienced in 2007,' warns Ted Scherck of The Colography Group, a research and consulting firm specializing in expedited transportation markets.
More and more is moving off the books and isn't quoted in the rate," says Ted Scherck, president of air industry consultants The Colography Group in Atlanta.
China trade in 2005 grew at a faster pace than trade between the United States and all world markets, but the trade imbalance between the two countries continues to widen, according to research by The Colography Group.
air market rise in 2005--the first increase the agency has enjoyed in three years, according to a report issued by The Colography Group, an Atlanta-based transportation-research firm.