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elastography n.

elastography n.

elastography n.

Detection of liver injury in IBD using transient elastography

Update of liver fibrosis and steatosis with transient elastography (Fibroscan)

Real-time Elastography for the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer: Evaluation of Elastographic Moving Images

Endobronchial Ultrasound Elastography in the Diagnosis of Mediastinal and Hilar Lymph Nodes

Diagnosis of Ruptured Breast Implants Through High-Resolution Ultrasound Combined With Real-Time Elastography

P-0089TRANSIENT ELASTOGRAPHY (FIBROSCAN®) – PREDICTOR OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA PROGNOSIS IN PATIENTS REFERRED TO SURGICAL TREATMENT

Morphological and mechanical information of coronary arteries obtained with intravascular elastography. Feasibility study in vivo

P017 - Transrectal endoscopic ultrasound (TRUS) elastography in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

Intraoperative ultrasound elastography has little diagnostic benefit for deeper tumours of the lung

075 Learning from Further Experience with Hepatic Elastography (Fibroscan) in Methotrexate-Treated Patients

Assessment of Liver Fibrosis by Transient Elastography in Persons with Hepatitis C Virus Infection or HIV–Hepatitis C Virus Coinfection

Assessment of Liver Fibrosis by Transient Elastography in Patients With HIV and Hepatitis B Virus Coinfection in Nigeria

P232. Real-time Shear Wave Ultrasound Elastography in distinguishing inflammatory from fibrotic stenosis in Crohn’s disease

Impact of heart failure and changes to volume status on liver stiffness: non-invasive assessment using transient elastography

Association of HIV Infection, Hepatitis C Virus Infection, and Metabolic Factors With Liver Stiffness Measured by Transient Elastography

 

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n. an ultrasonic imaging technique that displays the elasticity of soft tissues, most commonly using ultrasound although magnetic resonance imaging can be used to gather similar information. It has been found useful in demonstrating abnormalities of muscle, liver, and breast tissue.

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