real-time ultrasound


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real-time ultrasound

A sonographic procedure that provides rapid, multiple images of an anatomical structure in the form of motion.
See also: ultrasound
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The assessment of carcass composition of Awassi male lambs by real-time ultrasound at two different live weights.
Relationship between intramuscular fat percentage predicted from real-time ultrasound and meat quality traits in pigs.
Real-time ultrasound is similarly used to check the intra-articular needle position and shoulder joint distension after local anaesthetic and gadolinium administration.
Anderson Worth SG, Henry SM, Bunn JY (2007): Real-time ultrasound feedback and abdominal hollowing exercises for people with low back pain.
The first two specialize in the design and marketing of portable real-time ultrasound scanners for in use in veterinary medicine and animal breeding, as well as in human medicine.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the capability of portable real-time ultrasound, as compared with fluoroscopy in determining appropriate catheter length and verification of correct catheter placement.
Standard cerebral ultrasound was performed by a real-time ultrasound machine (Acuson 128SP5) at the same time points as urine sampling.
Use of Real-Time Ultrasound for Early Pregnancy Diagnosis in the Sow
Bateman has developed a safe, noninvasive technique of measuring gastric emptying using real-time ultrasound |8~.
Diagnosis and clinical features of small hepatocellular carcinoma with emphasis on the utility of real-time ultrasound: a study of 51 patients.
Then, we injected the prepared mixture of 0.75% ropivacaine (10 ml, Naropin, AstraZeneca, Luton, UK) and saline (10 ml) with epinephrine (1:200,000), and a 19-gauge catheter was inserted 2 cm over the tip of the needle under real-time ultrasound guidance [Figure 1]b and [Figure 1]c.{Figure 1}

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