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High-intensity focussed ultrasound (HIFU) treatment in uraemic secondary hyperparathyroidism

Detailed Documentation of One Lipolysis Treatment: Blood Values, Histology, and Ultrasound Findings

MR-guided focus ultrasound (MRgFUS) for symptomatic uterine fibroids: predictors of treatment success †

Focal Therapy with High-intensity-focused Ultrasound in the Treatment of Localized Prostate Cancer

700 Complex versus simple iatrogenic pseudoaneurysms treatment with ultrasound guided thrombin injection

Ultrasound-guided pulsed radiofrequency treatment of myofascial pain syndrome: a case series

Ultrasound-assisted treatment of sternocutaneous fistula in post-sternotomy cardiac surgery patients

120ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED TREATMENT OF STERNOCUTANEOUS FISTULA IN POSTSTERNOTOMY CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENTS

Improvement of ultrasound appearances in carpal tunnel syndrome following treatment with oral corticosteroids

Ultrasound-guided platelet-rich plasma injections for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the hip

High-resolution ultrasound confirms reduced synovial hyperplasia following rituximab treatment in rheumatoid arthritis

NT-36FOCUSED ULTRASOUND ENHANCED CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENT (TEMOZOLOMIDE) DELIVERY FOR BRAIN TUMOR TREATMENT: A PRECLINICAL INVESTIGATION

Novel magnetic/ultrasound focusing system enhances nanoparticle drug delivery for glioma treatment

Improved Management of Neutropenic Enterocolitis Using Early Ultrasound Scan and Vigorous Medical Treatment

The Importance of Photographic Standardization in Evaluating Microfocused Ultrasound Facial Skin Treatments

SP599SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A BRACHIOBASILIC FISTULA PSEUDOANEURYSM BY MANUAL ULTRASOUND GUIDED COMPRESSION: TWOCASE REPORTS

Ultrasound-guided percutaneous cryoneurolysis for treatment of acute pain: could cryoanalgesia replace continuous peripheral nerve blocks?

Long-term effects of childhood cancer treatment on hormonal and ultrasound markers of ovarian reserve

 

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The use of ultrasonics to treat disorders such as deep, soft tissue injuries. Ultrasound treatment is believed to have a mechanical effect, accelerating the healing process. vibrating and loosening scar tissue, and encouraging the reabsorption of blood and lymph that has escaped into surrounding tissue. The vibrations may reduce sensory stimulation and relieve pain; they also produce heat at a deep level.

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