transrectal ultrasound

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transrectal ultrasound

n. ultrasonido transrectal, procedimiento que se usa para examinar la próstata por medio de ultrasonido. Se introduce un instrumento por el recto para captar distintas imágenes de la próstata que se proyectan por medio de ondas sonoras emitidas por ecos reproducidos por una computadora (ordenador);
___ resection prostateresección ___ de la próstata.
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TRUS is often used to look at the prostate when a man has a high prostate-specific antigen level or has an abnormal digital rectal exam result.
After TRUS examinations of the cows, a total of 100 animals with no ovarian and uterine pathological problems and at postpartum 70-90 days were artificial inseminated.
In patients receiving periprostatic injections, the anesthetic was administered with an 18-gauge (G) 30 cm long needle into the area of the neurovascular bundle between the base of the prostate and seminal vesicles in the TRUS sagittal plane.
Representative transrectal ultrasound Images from January 2016 biopsy (A, B) Transverse transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) images of the prostate showing hypoechogenicity and increased Doppler signal at the sites identified on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Trus Joist, previously known as the Weyerhaeuser Trus Joist complex, commenced operations in 1999.
UroNav is recommended for patients with a PI-RADS (prostate scoring system) score of 3 or higher, negative prior transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) biopsies with a continued elevated or rising PSA, or positive digital rectal examination with a negative TRUS biopsy.
Role of transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS) in focal therapy of prostate cancer: report from a Consensus Panel.
Hilton president and CEO Christopher Nassetta revealed that the operator's mid-scale brand, Tru by Hilton, which launched in January 2016, has more than 400 deals signed in the US.
In TRUS biopsies of prostate in patients with symptoms of prostatism and high serum PSA, the mean serum PSA was 24.63 [+ or -] 9.4 ng/ml in adenocarcinoma.
In addition, neither detailed estimation of the total amount of SNF and TRUs in terms of radioactivity nor relative radiological toxicities of the SNF to be produced from all units of Korean NPPs have been openly reported.