Sonography Essays and Term Papers

  • Sonography

    Let’s start with how to perform the ultrasound scan. Sonographers use transducers, and other equipment, to study the shape and form of organs, muscles and soft tissue in the body. The scans are usually performed on a specific area of the body to be studied. A topical solution is applied to a...

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  • Sonography

    Sonography There are many career options in the United States today, and you can literally be anything you desire as long as you have the motivation and drive to complete your educational requirements. With so many professions to choose from it can be extremely difficult to decide which career path...

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  • Sonography Career

    Sonography The first time I started college I had a different career path. It was not after my pregnancies that I decided to make the change to sonography. I think sonography is a career that really fits my expectations, and to make sure I am in the right path I will research this career in depth. ...

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  • Speech : Sonography

    important to understand the definition of sonography which is basically making an image through soundwaves. Soundwaves are collections of echoes that form an image that can be videotaped, photographed, or transmitted for interpretation. Diagnostic medical sonography also known as "ultrasound" was first...

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  • Medical Sonography

    commonly called sonography, is a diagnostic medical procedure that uses high frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body. This type of procedure is often referred to as a sonogram or ultrasound scan. Sonography can be used to examine...

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  • Sonography - Essay

    Mr. Leal English 307 28 April 2010 Why I chose the major I chose at Del Mar College Sonography has come a long way, since it was first introduced in the late 1950s. I chose this career path after I became pregnant and had ultrasounds conducted on me. I wish to further my career and be able to do...

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  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    Amelie Landry Professor Evans English 102-2WA 20 March 2012 Diagnostic Imaging: A Sound Career in Sonography One of the main reasons for choosing a healthcare career in todays society, aside from the basic need for a self sustaining income, is the opportunity to make differences in peoples lives...

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  • A Closer Look at Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    A Closer look at Diagnostic Medical Sonography [Type the author name] The profession that I am most interested in is a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. I have known that I had a very deep interest in this field for about six years now from my own personal...

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  • Associate of Applied Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    BATON ROUGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY CURRICULUM PLAN |Course Number |Course Title |Cr Hrs |Pre-requisite Courses | |Prerequisite Courses ...

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  • Hezbollah

     Medical Sonography: An Inside Look at a Rewarding Career Natalia Sala Southwestern Community College Author’s Note: This paper was prepared for English 114, taught by instructor Kenet Adamson Abstract The economic situation in the United States...

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  • DMS Paper

    and pull routinely C. Bend and stoop routinely IV. Sonography Salary A. 2013 Salary Average 1. More money in the West and Northeast 2. $78520.00 annually B. Job Outlook 1. 2010-2020 2. Raise by 44% V. Types of Sonography A. Abdomen B. Breast C. Cardiac D. Musculoskelatal...

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  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer vs. Physical Therapist

    Diagnostic Sonography more commonly known as Ultrasound is a medical procedure in which you use high frequency sound waves to produce visual images of organs tissues or blood flow inside the body. Ultrasound is regularly known as the procedure used to examine women who are expecting. Although, Sonography is...

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  • Sonographer

    Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Sonography is the use of sound waves to generate an image for the diagnosis of medical conditions. Sonography is rapidly growing due to the harmful effects of x-rays and such. The most common use of sonography is associated with pregnancy, but can be used for many other...

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  • A Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

    which is located in Plano, Texas. The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography was found in 1970, it was establish to help to promote, advance and educate its members and the medical community in the science of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. I learned The Society achieves its purpose by seeking the cooperation...

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  • Abstract - 2

    Sample/Population: 10 Patients treated for inverted nipples with subareolar abscesses. All women ages 22-51 years old. Date Gathering instruments: Sonography and high-resolution MRI were used as preoperative imaging modalities. A 1.5-T Intera Master unit with a microscopy coil was used for high-resolution...

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  • Female Foeticide

    member of the National Inspection and Monitoring Committee for PCPNDT (Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques) Act.  Majority of the sonography reports are now emailed. “If the woman is carrying a girl child, the doctor mails an image of a Barbie doll. If it is a boy, there will be a picture...

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  • Sonographer

    and Image evaluation” (“Diagnostic Medical Sonographers” 2). “No states require any licensure in diagnostic medical sonography, but the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography certifies that sonographers must have examination and registration” (lacy 5) To keep registration current, sonographers...

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  • X-Ray History

    paper I will cover three different areas of X-ray used in medicine in the prevention and detection of diseases. DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) is a rapidly emerging, relatively new medical diagnostic technique. High frequency ultrasound waves are transmitted like...

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  • Technology Plan

    School of Radiology (GMSR) realized the sonography department is in need of an upgrade. According to a recent evaluation, the students and instructors are requesting new machines, mobile learning devices, and a picture archival communication system for the sonography program. As a result, GMSR have created...

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  • student

    tissues they're travelling through, and computer processors inside the ultrasound unit interpret the echoes to create a visual image of the tissues. Sonography is one of the highest-paid professions open to those without a bachelor's degree. In its May 2011 Occupational Employment Statistics, the Bureau...

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