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This article describes an ultrasonographic noninvasive method for the visualization of the ureteral ejaculation of urine into the bladder and its use in 99 normal women and in one affected by a previously unsuspected bilateral hydronephrosis and hydroureter.
Using noninvasive real‐time ultrasound, tongue movement was visualized during single swallowing in eight normal subjects and one neurologically impaired patient with dysphagia and chronic aspiration. In normals, a clearly defined muscular wave of the tongue, traveling at approximately 15 cm/sec,...
Twenty‐five patients with acute myocardial infarction were examined for ventricular thrombi using two‐dimensional echocardiography. Six of 10 patients (60%) with an anterior wall infarction had an apical or apical‐septal thrombus within the first week of hospitalization. None of the fifteen...
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