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echo

verb copying, duplication, imitation, reecho, reflect, repeat, repetition, resound, return, reverberate, reverberation
Associated concepts: a circuit court decision echoing annther circuit of the US Court of Appeals
See also: agree, concur, copy, image, imitate, mock, reflection, reiterate, repeat, repercussion
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The study involved 160 fetal echocardiograms performed before the 16th week, with an average gestation time of 13.
Their level may not be florid like a 400 [pg/mL], but it's going to be 100 [pg/mL], 150 [pg/mL], and that might tip us off that this is not a normal case of dizziness and to get an echocardiogram," Dr.
Echocardiograms, exercise tests, and ischemic evaluations fall on the next tier.
The echocardiograms spotted heart defects in three of the four fetuses that had them, resulting, in a sensitivity of 75%.
Each computer was equipped with a desktop videoconferencing system (Medpac, Bradford Group Ltd, Raleigh, NC), which digitized an analog videotape of an echocardiogram with a lossy video-compression algorithm (H.
12 In patients with suboptimal echocardiograms, DEFINITY([R])enables physicians to visualize the borders of the heart more clearly.
Obtain an echocardiogram if the patient is 45 years of age or older.
An echocardiogram, the definitive way to identify valvular heart disease, should be obtained for people who are suspected to have clinically significant valvular disease.
Although few obstetricians will ever do a fetal echocardiogram themselves, knowing when to ask for one and how to guide their patients through the results is a valuable asset, according to one expert.
With the echocardiogram machine, the same top-of-the-line model used for humans, she can examine the cat's heart on a monitor, looking for abnormalities.
Transthoracic echocardiography, the most common type of echocardiogram, uses a transducer on a person's chest to send high frequency ultrasound waves through the chest wall to the heart to create pictures of the heart that physicians can then analyze.
A transthoracic echocardiogram showed a normal heart with no evidence of endocarditis.