If anything, more likely on a memory stick, if you bring the stick and the equipment is set up for that. They might also be able to send it by email, but I don't know if they would. If nothing else, they can certainly print you some pictures.
Here in Australia when your get an ultrasound at the hospital, they let your bring in a usb and you get all the pictures from the ultrasound, and I mean ALL of them, I have like 20 pictures that are just of my baby girls umbilical cord. Aha, but you should bring in a usb and a disk and ask what they can do for you.
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