echotexture

echotexture

(ĕk′ō-tĕks-chŭr)
The characteristic pattern or structure of tissue layers as seen during ultrasonic imaging.
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Ultrasonography (USG) of scrotum showed right testis to be 1.2 cm x 1.8 cm x 1.4 cm in size with normal echotexture. Epididymis was normal with dimensions of 1 cm x 0.7 cm.
The patient was examined in supine position with arms resting by the side during quiet respiration and liver echotexture was identify by an expert ultrasonologist.
Patients having liver cirrhosis were confirmed by abdominal ultrasound done by consultant radiologist and presence of coarse echotexture of liver was considered as liver cirrhosis.
investigations, X-ray chest, Ultrasound for kidney size & echotexture and NCCT Head.
Ultrasonographically, the nodules were characterized as parenchymal structures with markedly heterogeneous echotexture. There was diffuse mineralization that was more concentrated at the periphery of the nodules with reverberation artifacts suggesting the presence of gas.
On ultrasonography, the normal thyroid gland is a well-circumscribed structure that is homogeneous in echotexture and hyperechoic relative to adjacent musculature.
An ultrasound of abdomen revealed normal echotexture of the liver, the note was made of 5 mm gallstones, but the thickness of the gallbladder wall was standard.
In our patient, the duplication cyst had a hypoechoic echotexture, which is likely secondary to the heavy protein content of the cyst.
An abdominal ultrasound scan revealed a non-enlarged liver with coarse echotexture. The mother tested positive for HBsAg and hepatitis B e antibody (anti-HBe), but was HBeAg-negative.
The fetal gonads show a distinctive echotexture that differs from male to female.
For submucosal lesions in the gastric fundus, with echotexture same as the spleen and extragastric under endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) examination, especially in patients with the history of splenectomy, accessory spleen should be suspected.