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Welcome to the SonoWorld Editorial Center. This area of the site provides a home for opinion, editorials, and articles that do not fit in the educational and scientific areas of the site. The Editorial Center is also the home for regular columns by guest authors.
Harvesting Dreams

Marveen Craig
This is a story of war and misery, spirit and dreams, and of how a band of strangers half a world apart was able to make some of those dreams come true. Most of all, it is a story about how determination and perseverance can change lives.
Words are Golden

Terry J. DuBose
Confusion about whether to use "ultrasound" or "sonography," "sonographer" or "ultrasound tech,"has done the profession a disservice.  In this editorial Terry DuBose provides an overview of how the confusing terminology originated and provides a thoughtful rationale for use of the terms "sonography" and "sonographer" as the standard terminology for the profession. 
Author: Terry J. DuBose, M.S., RDMS, FSDMS, FAIUM
Terry is Director, Division Diagnostic Medical Sonography & DMS Program and associate Professor in the College of Health Related Professions, University of arkansas for Medical Sciences.