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- n. A visual record produced by an echocardiograph.
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- n. The visual image formed by an echocardiograph.
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- n. a graphical image of the heart produced by an echocardiograph
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A fetal echocardiogram is performed to assess any structural abnormalities of the heart.
I just had an echocardiogram, which is an ultrasound of the heart.
An echocardiogram is a resting ultrasound picture of the heart, a painless and risk-free test useful for evaluating heart structure.
Dr Rachel McCandless and colleagues of the University of Utah used a scanning technique known as an echocardiogram to look for the heart defect.
The echocardiogram is a particularly important test because it can determine whether the heart muscles have weakened or become stiff.
The 20-minute screenings include a physical exam, electrocardiogram and an echocardiogram, which is a cardiac ultrasound.
Health At least one doctor has been fired after officials discovered that 4,000 echocardiogram tests were never read by doctors making a diagnosis at Harlem Hospital.
Health According to one Harlem Hospital employee, 200 patients who received echocardiogram tests that went unread by doctors have since died.
According to one Harlem Hospital employee, 200 patients who received echocardiogram tests that went unread by doctors have since died.
Hospital officials said anyone who received an echocardiogram at Harlem Hospital can conveniently call 311 for their results — just where all your medical information should be stored! gothamist. com