ultrasound diathermy

ultrasound diathermy

[¦əl·trə¦sau̇nd ′dī·ə‚thər·mē]
(medicine)
The application of high-frequency sound waves (0.7 to 1.0 megahertz) and the conversion of this mechanical energy into heat for local thermotherapy. Also known as ultrasonic therapy.
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The VASER Shape MC1(TM)System is an ideal complement to VASER Lipo, combining ultrasound diathermy and massage therapies to increase lymphatic circulation, minimize postoperative pain and swelling, and temporarily improve the appearance of cellulite.

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