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The development of non invasive methods and means of measuring the radiated acoustic field ,ultrasound induced temperature elevation and cavitations effects indicate a promising future for wide range of biomedical applications. Thermal modelling of ultrasonically induced hyperthermia is studied for tumor therapy applications..There is an urgent need to develop a focussed ultrasonic system capable of creating a precisely remotely monitored temperature rise restricted to pre selected area and volume of target tissue deep inside living body. The magnitude of induced hyperthermia depends on the type of biological tissues, acoustic intensity and exposure durations.
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