ultrasonographer


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ul·tra·so·nog·ra·pher

(ŭl'tră-sŏ-nog'ră-fĕr),
A person who performs and/or interprets ultrasonographic examinations.
Synonym(s): echographer, sonographer

ultrasonographer

ul·tra·so·nog·ra·pher

(ŭl'tră-sŏ-nog'ră-fĕr)
A person who performs and interprets ultrasonographic examinations.
Synonym(s): sonographer.
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The use of PDI with its angiographic-like image enabled the ultrasonographer to visualise the continuity of the VA blood flow in the tortuous atlanto-axial region independent of the angle of insonation and blood flow velocity.
With transvaginal ultrasound and SIS, we are restricted by the timing and schedule of an ultrasonographer whom we depend on to perform the procedure.
A strict follow-up with USG suspicious lymph node criteria and USG-FNAC requires motivation and good instruction to the patient as well as the skill of a well-trained ultrasonographer dedicated to do repeated examinations and aspirations of small lymph nodes.
The remaining 24 patients underwent ultrasonography from a trained ultrasonographer to evaluate the attachment of the subscapularis, the inferior repair, and the amount of atrophy, if any, present in the muscle of their operative shoulder.
In this case the ultrasonographer informed the parents that their baby was anencephalic at the 24 week ultrasound scan.
It is not intended to let the pathologist replace the radiologist as a mammographer or diagnostic ultrasonographer.
All images were taken by the same ultrasonographer at the same location.
5 years after the initial ultrasound and given a follow-up ultrasound by the same ultrasonographer.
An experienced ultrasonographer using a high definition duplex ultrasound scanner with colour flow Doppler confirmed that the images obtained by the Site ~ Rite [R] II were indeed the vertebral artery.
An excellent pediatric ultrasonographer can make the diagnosis 90%-95% of the time, such technicians may not be available 24/7, she noted.
Illa Sodha, an ultrasonographer a the Royal, said: "We used to use a venogram but this was not very pleasant for the patient, because the injection could cause more pain, or they could be allergic to the dye.