B-mode ultrasound


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B-mode ultrasound

In ultrasonography, a display that uses dots of differing intensities to represent echoes received from tissues that more strongly or weakly reflect sound waves.
Synonym: ; B-scan
See also: ultrasound
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Therefore, we prefer to examine the spermatic cord with CDU and B-mode ultrasound before manual de-torsion.
Carotid intima-media thickness by B-mode ultrasound as surrogate of coronary atherosclerosis: correlation with quantitative coronary angiography and coronary intravascular ultrasound findings.
Data Source: B-mode ultrasound was used to assess carotid IMT and brachial flow-mediated dilation in 513 middle-aged male twins from the Vietnam Era Twin Registry.
1994) Prediction equations for body composition of Japanese adults by B-mode ultrasound.
Although the traditional B-mode ultrasound probe is too big for real application to prosthetic control, the SMG signal extracted from the B-mode ultrasound image provides visual two-dimensional images.
Of the 69 benign findings observed, the elastogram and B-mode ultrasound images correlated in 54 (78%) of cases.
Accuracy of in vivo carotid B-mode ultrasound compared with pathological analysis: intima-media thickening, lumen diameter, and cross-sectional area.
Arterial endothelial function was measured as flow-mediated dilation of the brachial artery using high-resolution B-mode ultrasound in 22 cases with UA and hyperhomocysteinaemia before and after folic acid treatment.
The rosuvastatin Prescribing Information in Europe has been updated to incorporate data from the METEOR study, in which rosuvastatin demonstrated a positive effect on atherosclerosis in people at low risk of coronary heart disease and with early signs of carotid artery disease as measured by B-mode ultrasound.
The progression of atherosclerosis was evaluated by B-mode ultrasound, intravascular ultrasound or angiography.