echotexture

echotexture

(ĕk′ō-tĕks-chŭr)
The characteristic pattern or structure of tissue layers as seen during ultrasonic imaging.
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11) In ultrasonographic detection of ovarian neoplasms that are accompanied by massive enlargement of the ovary, the well-defined structures appear as large, rounded masses of mixed echogenicity and echotexture, as reported in the characteristics of this neoplasm.
The left epididymis appeared enlarged, thickened, and heterogeneous in echotexture with an associated small hematocele (Fig.
Follow-up ultrasound abdomen was performed after 6 months, showing normal hepatic parenchymal echotexture (Figure 7).
Renal ultrasound revealed bilateral, normal cortical echotexture and thickness with no masses or hydronephrosis.
Abdominal ultrasound revealed enlarged kidneys with increased echotexture and altered corticomedullary differentiation.
An ultrasound scan of her abdomen showed hepatomegaly with multiple areas of subtle hypoechoic, slightly inhomogeneous parenchymal echotexture.
There was no free fluid and the right kidney was normal in size, shape and echotexture.
Ultrasonography (USG) of the abdomen was also done to look for liver size and echotexture, spleen size portal vein in indicated patients.
Echotexture of peripheral nerves: a correlation between ultrasound and histologic findings and criteria to differentiate tendons.
Also, on ultrasound, the cervix and the vagina are very similar in echotexture.
Abdominal ultrasonography showed a normal sized liver with coarse hepatic echotexture and no focal lesions, mild ascites, and splenomegaly with normal gall bladder, common bile duct, and pancreas.