Ultrasound waves

Ultrasound waves

High frequency sound waves.
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Upon exposure to ultrasound waves, microbubbles vibrate and mechanically stimulate Piezo1 ion channels to let calcium ions inside the cell.
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Ultrasound waves will then be delivered to oscillate the microbubbles causing temporary disruption of the blood brain barrier.
Because ultrasound waves easily travel inside matter, A fingerprint sensor based on ultrasound provides significantly more secure authentication as it is able to capture 3d features.
The ultrasound waves (pulses of sound) are sent from the transducer, propagate through different tissues and then return to the transducer as reflected echoes.
While conventional ultrasound sensor can measure a wider range of ultrasound waves when compared to those developed by the team, the high cost and weight of the conventional sensors make a large quantity application infeasible, limiting the quantity of data acquired.
In standard cataract surgery, a technique called phacoemulsification, a surgeon makes a small incision in the cornea using a blade, and inserts a probe that vibrates with ultrasound waves to emulsify the cataract and suction out the debris.
gov/pmc/articles/PMC4127826/) Previous tests have shown ultrasound waves can help extract chemicals from plant tissues.
Ultrasound waves are then transmitted through the hologram and interfere behind the relief plate in such a way that the sound pressure reproduced the dove of peace in a container filled with water and micro-particles.
Exablate Neuro uses focused ultrasound waves to precisely target and accurately ablate tissue deep within the brain with no incisions, and while minimizing damage to adjacent healthy tissue.
The ultrasound waves are generated by a piezoelectric effect caused by the vibration of crystals within the head of the probe.
This technique was developed in the 1990s to destroy the prostate tissue with high intensity ultrasound waves via a transrectal probe.

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