echograph


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echograph

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

echograph

[ˌɛkəʊˈgrɑːf] necografo
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We intensely evaluated her cardiac echograph and found it both morphologically and functionally normal, while her electrocardiogram did not show any abnormality.
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).
Patients with IOP >21 mmHg and/or visual field defects on FDT were referred to an Ophthalmology Specialty Clinic where they underwent a complete ophthalmic examination including measurements of best corrected Snellen visual acuity, IOP measurement with Goldman applanation tonometry, gonioscopy, anterior segment examination with slit lamp biomicroscopy, detailed fundus examination including the evaluation of vertical cup disc ratio (VCDR), visual field examination with Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA) using the 24-2 Swedish Interactive threshold Algorithm (SITA) (Carl Zeiss Ophthalmic Systems, Inc, California, United States of America), and central corneal thickness measurement with a pachymeter echograph (Quantel Medical, 63039 Clermont-Ferrand cedex2, France).
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.