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ultrasound

noun
 
 
/ˈʌl.trə.saʊnd/
[U] special sound waves used in such processes as examining organs inside the body and directing the path of submarines
超聲波(用於人體器官檢查、潛艇導航等)
They'll use ultrasound to monitor her ovaries to see if they're responding to the treatment.
他們將利用超聲波監測她的卵巢以確定治療是否有效。
ultrasound scanning/imaging
超聲波掃描/成像
Medical and surgical equipment
[C] an ultrasound scan
超聲波檢查
Medical examination
(Definition of ultrasound from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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