Treatment of Neck Laxity with Therapeutic Ultrasound
Ultrasound represents sound waves above the capacity for human hearing (16 kHz). Generally, the ultrasound used in clinical practice utilizes a spectrum of frequencies between 1 and 20 MHz. When applied diffusely, these waves have broad applicability as a diagnostic imaging modality.
KeywordsHigh Intensity Focus Ultrasound Coagulative Necrosis Clobetasol Propionate Reticular Dermis Diagnostic Imaging Modality
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