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Literature Reviews » Year 1997 - The cavitation threshold of human tissue exposed to 0.2 MHz pulsed ultrasound : preliminary measurements based on a study of clinical lithotripsy.

Literature Reviews » Year 1997 - The cavitation threshold of human tissue exposed to 0.2 MHz pulsed ultrasound : preliminary measurements based on a study of clinical lithotripsy.

Literature Reviews » Year 1997 - The cavitation threshold of human tissue exposed to 0.2 MHz pulsed ultrasound : preliminary measurements based on a study of clinical lithotripsy.

European Committee for Medical Ultrasound Safety (ECMUS)
European Committee for Medical Ultrasound Safety (ECMUS)
on behalf of European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology

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Literature Reviews
The cavitation threshold of human tissue exposed to 0.2 MHz pulsed ultrasound : preliminary measurements based on a study of clinical lithotripsy.
Coleman AJ, Kodama T, Choi MJ, Adams T, Saunders JE

Ultrasound Med Biol (1995) 21: 405-417 EJU (1997) 5: 57-59 EFSUMB Newsletter (1997) Vol 10 Issue 2

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Literature Reviews
The cavitation threshold of human tissue exposed to 0.2 MHz pulsed ultrasound : preliminary measurements based on a study of clinical lithotripsy.
Coleman AJ, Kodama T, Choi MJ, Adams T, Saunders JE

Ultrasound Med Biol (1995) 21: 405-417 EJU (1997) 5: 57-59 EFSUMB Newsletter (1997) Vol 10 Issue 2
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