Definition of sonogram
: an image produced by ultrasound
Examples of sonogram in a Sentence
The sonogram showed that the fetus was developing normally.
Recent Examples of sonogram from the Web
In between, Rapp recorded the heartbeats during doctor visits for them and emailed pictures of the sonograms.
A few hours later, the hospital's sonogram report suggested pyloric stenosis, a condition caused by a tight muscle that prevents food from exiting the stomach and entering the intestines.
From using your bump as the focal point of a bigger scene to layering your actual sonogram onto your belly, there are various options available as soon as a photo is uploaded.
Sonograms, the images produced by the high-frequency sound waves made by an ultrasound machine, offer better images of soft tissue injuries and diseases than x-rays.
Also a girl in a hospital video chatting, showing the baby in her sonogram.
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Definition of sonogram for English Language Learners
: a picture that is taken of the inside of something (such as a person's body) by using a special machine
Medical Definition of sonogram
: an image produced by ultrasound—called also echogram, ultrasonogram
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