ultrasound

Ultrasound vs Ct - What's the difference?

ultrasound | ct |


As a noun ultrasound

is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

As a symbol ct is

.

Sonar vs Ultrasound - What's the difference?

sonar | ultrasound |


As nouns the difference between sonar and ultrasound

is that sonar is while ultrasound is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

Ultrasound vs Ultravioletradiation - What's the difference?

ultrasound | ultravioletradiation |

Ultrasound vs Ionic - What's the difference?

ultrasound | ionic |


As a noun ultrasound

is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

As an adjective ionic is

ionic.

Ultrasound vs Ionique - What's the difference?

ultrasound | ionique |


As a noun ultrasound

is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

As an adjective ionique is

ionic or ionique can be ionic.

Wikidiffcom vs Ultrasound - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | ultrasound |


As a noun ultrasound is

(physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

Soundwave vs Ultrasound - What's the difference?

soundwave | ultrasound |


As nouns the difference between soundwave and ultrasound

is that soundwave is while ultrasound is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

Microwaves vs Ultrasound - What's the difference?

microwaves | ultrasound |


As nouns the difference between microwaves and ultrasound

is that microwaves is while ultrasound is (physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

As a verb microwaves

is (microwave).

Fluroscopy vs Ultrasound - What's the difference?

fluroscopy | ultrasound |


As a noun ultrasound is

(physics) sound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing; approximately 20 kilohertz.

Ultrasound vs Ultrasonicampflash - What's the difference?

ultrasound | ultrasonicampflash |

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