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 DeCS Categories

G01 Physical Phenomena .
G01.750 Radiation .
G01.750.770 Radiation, Nonionizing .
G01.750.770.776 Sound .
G01.750.770.776.891 Ultrasonic Waves .
G01.750.770.776.891.500 High-Energy Shock Waves .
 
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LILACS e MDL
 
Ultrasonic Waves .
LIPUS .
Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound .
Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound Radiation .
Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS) .
Pulsed Ultrasound .
Ultrasonic Vibration .
Ultrasound Radiation .
Ultrasound Waves .
Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS) .
Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasounds (LIPUS) .
Pulsed Ultrasound, Low-Intensity (LIPUS) .
Pulsed Ultrasounds .
Pulsed Ultrasounds, Low-Intensity (LIPUS) .
Radiation, Ultrasound .
Ultrasonic Vibrations .
Ultrasonic Wave .
Ultrasound Wave .
Ultrasound, Low-Intensity Pulsed (LIPUS) .
Ultrasound, Pulsed .
Ultrasounds, Low-Intensity Pulsed (LIPUS) .
Ultrasounds, Pulsed .
Vibration, Ultrasonic .
Vibrations, Ultrasonic .
Wave, Ultrasonic .
Wave, Ultrasound .
Waves, Ultrasonic .
Waves, Ultrasound .
Oscillating sound wave with a frequency higher than the upper limit of the human hearing range. .
1.00
 
/diagnostic imaging .
/ultrasound .
/ultrasonography .
/ultrasonic diagnosis .
/echography .
/echotomography .
/radionuclide imaging .
/scintigraphy .
/radioisotope scanning .
/radiography .
/roentgenography .
/X-ray .
/X-ray image .
/X-ray diagnosis .
Used for the visualization of an anatomical structure or for the diagnosis of disease. Commonly used imaging techniques include radiography, radionuclide imaging, thermography, tomography, and ultrasonography .
0.75
 
High-Energy Shock Waves .
High Energy Shock Waves .
Shock Waves, Ultrasonic .
High-Energy Shock Wave .
Shock Wave, High-Energy .
Shock Wave, Ultrasonic .
Shock Waves, High Energy .
Shockwave, Ultrasonic .
Ultrasonic Shock Wave .
Ultrasonic Shock Waves .
Ultrasonic Shockwave .
Ultrasonic Shockwaves .
Wave, High-Energy Shock .
Wave, Ultrasonic Shock .
Waves, High-Energy Shock .
Waves, Ultrasonic Shock .
HESW 21104 .
Shock Waves, High-Energy .
Shockwaves, Ultrasonic .
High-amplitude compression waves, across which density, pressure, and particle velocity change drastically. The mechanical force from these shock waves can be used for mechanically disrupting tissues and deposits. .
0.74