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ech·o·gram

 (ĕk′ō-grăm′)
n.
A sonogram.
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echogram

(ˈɛkəʊˌɡræm)
n
(General Physics) an image obtained by the use of reflected sound-waves, used as a medical diagnostic tool or for marine surveying
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son•o•gram

(ˈsɒn əˌgræm, ˈsoʊ nə-)

n.
the visual image produced by reflected sound waves in a diagnostic ultrasound examination.
[1955–60; < Latin son(us) sound + -o- + -gram1]
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Noun1.echogram - an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves)echogram - an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves); used to observe fetal growth or to study bodily organs
ikon, picture, icon, image - a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
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Translations

ech·o·gram

n. ecograma, registro de una ecografía.
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When the optic nerve was located in the center of the echogram, a high double-peaked spike followed by an area of uniform low-amplitude spikes was appreciated.
Spatial organisation of pelagic fish: echogram structure, spatio-temporal condition, and biomass in Senegalese waters.
Values of the [C.sub.50] parameter depend on the shape of the echogram, and thus it has different values around the room (Wroblewska & Kulowski, 2007).
His cardiac echogram showed a ventriculoseptal defect (VSD), atrioseptal defect (ASD) and a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), with severe tricuspid regurgitation (TR) and a dilated right heart.
To be considered untrawlable, a sampling cell must be judged so on the basis of the vessel captain's assessment of the echogram, which is a real-time image of the backscatter data collected from a hull-mounted single-beam echo-sounder on a survey vessel.
The color differences displayed on the echogram were the representation of the relative acoustic backscatter.
Two-dimensional echogram was performed which revealed global hypokinesia and severe left ventricular dysfunction with an ejection fraction of 30%.
A brain echogram on day 3 revealed high echoic lesions within the cerebellar hemispheres, suggesting the presence of acute cerebellar hemorrhage.
Other than that the doctor advises for a stress test and Echogram to evaluate the functioning of the heart.
Contrast echocardiography is a highly sensitive diagnostic tool by injecting either agitated saline or dye from peripheral vein, and bubbles or dye would be observed in the subsequent cardiac echogram few seconds later, if right-to-left shunt exist.
Chest x-ray is normal, 2D Echogram revealed good LV function with EF--60%, no RWMA, no chamber abnormality.