transonic

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tran·son·ic

(tran-son'ik),
In ultrasound, describes a region of a relatively unattenuating medium. A distinction should be made between a transonic region and an acoustic echo.
[trans- + sonic]

transonic

in ultrasonography, the complete transmission of sound so the image appears black; anechoic; echolucent.
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