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Synonyms for sonography

using the reflections of high-frequency sound waves to construct an image of a body organ (a sonogram)

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Our sonographs of seafloor morphology resemble a black and white photographic negative.
The sonographs along each track line were positioned precisely with navigational data from a differential global positioning system (GPS) to form a mosaic of rock type and texture within the canyon.
Our interpretations of the sonographs were verified by direct observations made by marine geologists (HGG and DS) during nine dives in the Delta submersible.
From the mosaic of side scan sonographs, total area of outcrops ranged from 1.
During that decade, biologists started playing taped bird songs into sonographs, devices that analyze sound frequencies and create a picture of them.