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echoic

(ĕ-kō′ik) [ echo + -ic]
1. Pert. to an echo.
2. Pert. to the imitation of a natural sound; onomatopoeic
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Diagnostic value for suspicious nodal characteristics was estimated using reference categories, selected according to the prevailing echo-characteristics of benign LNs (oval shape, regular margins, regular vascularization, echoic central portion with thickened cortex, benign impression).
Whereas the echoic typically involves the vocal musculature in verbal learning, learning to play an instrument simply involves different musculature.
If the radial probe reached the distal lung lesion, we could use the echoic feature to decide the optimal biopsy site.
Frequency of the probe usually ranges from 7.5 to 10 MHz but for deep-seated lesions 3 to 5 MHz frequency is usually required.15 Due to hyper-echogenicity of the solid brain tumours compared to normal echoic brain tissue IOUS can be used to localise and delineate the residual tumour from normal brain tissue thus achieving complete tumour resection and avoiding damage to normal brain parenchyma.
Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic feels less taboo than Genet's novel undoubtedly was when it was first published in 1943.
Everything else you make up, everything, the way he tries to close the last few fatal inches by groping for crabgrass with fingers of his left hand, finding the blades, clenching them to pull himself toward the ground, thoughts his last seconds conscious, if thoughts at all, or dreams, or echoic feelings that pulse from penis to brain and back.
The independent variable used for this study consisted of two parts a) echoic error correction and b) goal setting with reinforcement.
The difference among the studies was the presentation of an echoic behavior pre-test of the pseudo words.
In the echoic cylinder of night, carved ironbarks tattooed only by the sallow moon's light, minister a wild sky lament-- lanceolate leaves, knives carving theft into the sheets of wind, a low guttural fugue of mothers who will not be denied a child.