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What risk factor does a transducer with a cracked case present to the patient?
Which of the following most affects the MI and TI?
The theoretical risk of cavitation on biological tissues is most closely related to the?
What instrument is used to record and measure both the pressure and the intensity levels of a sound beam?
The acoustic output intensity that is considered to be safe for an unfocused transducer is?
In which of these ultrasound examination types is the upper limit for SPTA intensity lowest?
Which of these intensities is most important in considering the possibility of the thermal damage to tissue?
If a fetal ultrasound examination results in temperature rise to 43 degrees Centigrade, this is considered?
Decreasing the transducer frequency will result in what potential effect?
Microbubbles within tissues that explode, resulting in huge localized pressures, is descriptive of?