Diagnostic medical sonography

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Diagnostic medical sonography (DMS) is the name for the profession practised by diagnostic medical songographers (ultrasonic imaging). Diagnostic medical sonography, a branch of diagnostic medical imaging, uses non-ionizing ultrasound to produce 2D and 3D images of the body. In Canada, the credentialing for diagnostic medical sonography is the Canadian Association of Registered Ultrasound Professionals. In the United States, the credentialing body is the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.