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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsonogramson‧o‧gram /ˈsɒnəɡræm $ ˈsɑː-/ noun [countable] American English technical  an image, for example of an unborn baby inside its mother’s body, that is produced by a special machine syn ultrasound British English
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sonogramLongitudinal sonograms of the gall bladder were recorded on film.If there is any uncertainty about that, a pelvic exam or sonogram may be done.She hasn't yet been told what I saw on the sonogram by the way.Her brother's explanation of what the sonogram had revealed had understandably upset her - yet another complication!There also are two sonograms taken during pregnancies.
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