echograph


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echograph

(ˈɛkəʊˌɡrɑːf)
n
a device that uses sonic waves to measure the depth of water
Translations

echograph

[ˌɛkəʊˈgrɑːf] necografo
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This public procurement includes the following activities: - delivery of the equipment - echograph (1 pc.
The buffalos were aspirated by means of a 20 caliber needle guided by ultrasound, connected to a convex transvaginal sound by means of an echograph (Mindray model DP 2200).
The geometrical data of the pond were measured by echograph (Table 4).
Anterior chamber depth and ocular biometry were measured with A-scan ultrasonography (Quantel Medical Echograph, B-scan Vplus/biovision).
An echograph showed enlarged kidneys, liver, spleen, and pancreas, and abdominal and bilateral pleural effusions.
Ossoining4 finally developed standardized echograph for the detection of intraocular disorder.
Montreal, Quebec SIC: 3693 Noveko Echograph designs, manufactures and markets portable ultrasound scanners for medical applications.