What does hypoechoic periphery and isoechoic centrum mean?


what is hypoechoic solid material that is centrally located in the mid right internal jugular vein narrowing the lumen by approx. 50% mean?
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Isoechoic means returning waves of normal amplitude in ultrasonography.
Hi: These terms are better explained by a radiologist. In ultrasound, the images are obtained by sound waves hitting and passing through different areas and they get deflected in
isoechoic 1 adjective Referring to echo similarity of 2 or more tissues as measured by ultrasonography 2 Essentially a nodule that on scan returns an image that reflects the signal
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What is isoechoic? isoechoic refers to the similarity in echos from an ultrasound. The echos show that the tissue being examined is alike. It means that an ultrasound ...
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