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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