An image, as of an unborn fetus or an internal body organ, produced by ultrasonography. Also called echogram, sonograph, ultrasonogram. (noun)
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Use "sonogram" in a sentence
"Apparently there have been some upgrades in sonogram technology over the years because that there looks like an actual little person."
"However, this effect would have very little to do with the additional hassle or expense of undergoing a sonogram, which is quick and inexpensive."
"Bills such as the one recently debated in Mississippi requiring that women seeking abortions be offered an opportunity to view a sonogram are also likely to be popular: the pro-life movement has discovered that viewing an ultrasound of the fetus early in pregnancy may change the way some parents think about abortion."