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son·o·gram

 (sŏn′ə-grăm′, sō′nə-)
n.
An image, as of a fetus in utero or an internal body organ, produced by ultrasonography. Also called sonograph, ultrasonogram.
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sonogram

(ˈsəʊnəˌɡræm)
n
(General Physics) physics a three-dimensional representation of a sound signal, using coordinates of frequency, time, and intensity
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son•o•gram

(ˈsɒn əˌgræm, ˈsoʊ nə-)

n.
the visual image produced by reflected sound waves in a diagnostic ultrasound examination.
[1955–60; < Latin son(us) sound + -o- + -gram1]
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Noun1.sonogram - an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves)sonogram - an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves); used to observe fetal growth or to study bodily organs
ikon, picture, icon, image - a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
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son·o·gram

n. sonograma, registro de una imagen producida por ultrasonido.
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sonogram

n sonograma m, sonografía (estudio)
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He paints the sculpture to resemble both a sonagram of an embryo and a Doppler radar report.
Given that this theory postulates no difference between the mechanisms of graphic and acoustic form perception, the French acoustician Emile Leipp had the idea of analyzing the acoustic forms of the sound signal by looking at the graphic forms on the corresponding sonagram, which is an acoustic image of the sound wave.
Repeatabilities of measurements made on the same sonagram on different days provide an estimate of measurement error (cf.