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Tinnitus Control Review

por Editoria RVQ (2019-02-20)

In human and veterinary science Tinnitus Control and medicine, ultrasound imaging is used to study tissues, blood vessels and organs of the body for examinations and surgeries. A device called a transducer sends sound waves over that part of the body that needs to be viewed on a screen that is part of the ultrasound machine. The sound waves bounce off the tissues in the body and the transducer captures those sound waves; these bounced off sound waves are created into images by the ultrasound machine for a doctor, surgeon or scientist to view. The application of ultrasound is known as 'ultrasonics'. At very high levels, it is used to alter the chemical properties of substances. Ultrasound has a very vibrant history. The study and science of sound, 'Acoustics' was known as early as 6th century BC by famed mathematician Pythagoras who studied the 'mathematical properties of stringed instruments'. In 1893 the first whistle produced ultrasound was put together by Sir Francis Galton. In the modern 19th century, the first technological development and application was experimented.