Ultrasonic waves are high-frequency soundwaves that cannot be heard or sensed byhumans. These are so energetic that they c...
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• Ultrasonic waves are made to reflect from  various parts of the heart and form the image of  the heart. This technique i...
 The acronym SONAR stands for Sound Navigation And Ranging. Sonar is an acoustic device used to measure the depth, direct...
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear
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Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear

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Applications of Ultrasound & Working And Structure Of The Human Ear

  1. 1. Ultrasonic waves are high-frequency soundwaves that cannot be heard or sensed byhumans. These are so energetic that they canpenetrate human muscles. These ultrasonicwaves can be used for various practicalpurposes.
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  3. 3. • Ultrasonic waves are made to reflect from various parts of the heart and form the image of the heart. This technique is called ‘echocardiography’.• Ultrasound scanner is an instrument which uses ultrasonic waves for getting images of internal organs of the human body. A doctor may image the patient’s organs such ass the liver, gall bladder, uterus, kidney, etc. It helps the doctor to detect abnormalities, such as stones in the gall bladder and kidney or tumours in different organs. In this technique the ultrasonic waves travel through the tissues of the body and get reflected from a region where there is a change of tissue density. These waves are then converted into electrical signals that are used to generate images of the organ. These images are then displayed on a monitor or printed on a film. This technique is called ‘ultrasonography ‘.• Ultrasound may be employed to break small ‘stones’ formed in the kidneys into fine grains. These grains later get flushed out with urine.
  4. 4.  The acronym SONAR stands for Sound Navigation And Ranging. Sonar is an acoustic device used to measure the depth, direction, and speed of under – water objects such as submarines and ship wrecks with the help of ultra sounds. It is also used to measure the depth of seas and oceans.

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