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Ultrasound refers to a sound wave with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing, which is generally over 20 kHz. In general, humans can hear sounds with a frequency between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. Any sound with a frequency higher than 20,000 hertz (20 kHz = 20,000 cycles of oscillation per second) cannot be sensed by a human’s ear. Among audible sounds not higher than 20 kHz, those not intended to be heard by humans have also come to be called ultrasound.
Ultrasound Seminar Report
Page Length : 11
- What are some common uses of the Procedure?
- How does the Procedure Work?
- How is the Procedure Performed?
- Major Properties of Ultrasound
- What are the Benefits vs. Risks?
Ultrasound Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 45
- What is Ultrasound imaging?
- Why Ultrasound?
- Common Uses
- Properties of Ultrasound
- How does the procedure work?
- Benefits and Risks