Erkrankungen des Augapfels aus echographischer Sicht

  • H. G. Trier
  • W. Haigis
  • H. Fledelius
  • W. Buschmann
  • R. Sampaolesi
  • A. Bertényi
  • B. Prahs
  • M. Kottow
  • W. Schroeder
  • A. Oksala
  • S. Chang
  • D. J. Coleman
  • W. Schroeder
  • R. Guthoff
  • E. Gerke
  • V. Mazzeo
  • A. Giovannini
  • A. Wessing

Zusammenfassung

Mit Ultraschall-Biometrie oder Echometrie wird die Messung von akustisch quasi homogenen Längen und Strecken am lebenden Körper mittels Ultraschall bezeichnet, sowie die davon ausgehende Berechnung von Flächen und Rauminhalten der Gewebe. (Der Begriff „Biometrie“wurde der Biomathematik und Biostatistik entlehnt.)

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  • H. G. Trier
  • W. Haigis
  • H. Fledelius
  • W. Buschmann
  • R. Sampaolesi
  • A. Bertényi
  • B. Prahs
  • M. Kottow
  • W. Schroeder
  • A. Oksala
  • S. Chang
  • D. J. Coleman
  • W. Schroeder
  • R. Guthoff
  • E. Gerke
  • V. Mazzeo
  • A. Giovannini
  • A. Wessing

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