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sonograph

[′sän·ə‚graf]
(engineering)
An instrument for recording sound or seismic vibrations.
An instrument for converting sounds into seismic vibrations.
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Abu-Zidan, "Focussed Assessment Sonograph Trauma (FAST) and CT scan in blunt abdominal trauma: surgeon's perspective," African Health Sciences, vol.
Over the next fifteen years, with the help of a Kay Elemetrics Sonograph in my studio (a fortuitous development), I was able to observe at least informally that in trained male singers, vowels "close" or "turn over" in a parallel relationship to the location of their first formant.
The acoustic analysis of the material was carried out at the Phonetic Laboratory at the University of Turku using the sonograph Kay Elemetrics Corp.
This is mainly due to limited trained human resources and scarce availability of sonographs and partly explains the delayed gestational age at diagnosis of the disease.
The inclusion of images with variant courses and atypical sonographs ensures comprehensive coverage of this highly efficient diagnostic tool.
We stored the examinations images (sonographs) and had them reread (validated) by a consultant radiologist.