echogenic

echogenic

 [ek″o-jen´ik]
in ultrasonography, giving rise to reflections (echoes) of ultrasound waves.

ech·o·gen·ic

(ek'ō-jen'ik),
Pertaining to a structure or medium (for example, tissue) that has internal echoes. Cf. hypoechoic, hyperechoic, and anechoic, which refer, respectively, to paucity, abundance, and absence of echoes displayed in the image of a structure.

ech·o·gen·ic

(ek'ō-jen'ik)
Pertaining to a structure or medium (e.g., tissue) that is capable of producing echoes. Contrast with the terms hypoechoic, hyperechoic, and anechoic, which refer to the paucity, abundance, and absence of echoes displayed on the image.

echogenic

tissues reflecting ultrasound waves

echogenic

in ultrasonography, giving rise to reflections (echoes) of ultrasound waves; hyperechoic.
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AT is echogenic and exhibits a characteristic fibrillar structure on the longitudinal scan.
Of the two remaining patients, one was an oncology patient who had a positive echo, but a negative blood culture; because she was clinically doing well and had a stable echogenic mass on prior studies, she was not diagnosed with infective endocarditis.
As described by REDDING (2001a), fibers appeared as uniform and parallel echogenic structures in the longitudinal plane and as circular structures in the transverse plane.
Ultrasound images prior to thelarche show a band of echogenic retroareolar tissue anterior to the pectoralis muscle (Figure 1A).
5) An arc-shaped and high echogenic area at the site of the GB with a posterior acoustic shadowing is Type 1 as was present in this case (Fig 2).
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An ultrasound performed one week later showed a submucosal leiomyoma (15 x 15 cm) with echogenic foci along with pyometra; this was drained by cervical dilatation.
His US examination demonstrated the presence of overwhelmingly echogenic free fluid.
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The echogenic tip and brush allow for visualization during insertion and placement.
5 MHz tranducer revealed a normal and echogenic capsule in eight dogs (80%) with BPH, whereas thickened and irregular capsule was noticed in two dogs (20%).