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  • n. Plural form of cavitation.


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  • The device may one day allow doctors to accelerate treatment of onychomycosis by allowing doctors to use low-frequency ultrasound to create microscopic "cavitations" or small bubbles on the surface of the nail bed of a patient's foot to increase the permeability of the nail.

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  • In essence, I have absolutely no idea what the terms of the settlement agreement are, but I do know that as a result of that agreement, Cavitat is opening a new campus in Texas, and is going on a worldwide marketing program for its ultrasound device, designed, and approved by the FDA, to find cavitations in the jaw.

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  • As the surface becomes increasingly attenuated, cavitations begin to develop on this inside surface of the pipe thereby creating weak points.


  • The interaction between effluent speed, geological debris and any additional bump from acceleration can give rise to catastrophic ejections, explosive potential, stretch and inline cavitations.


  • TUBERCULOSIS DIAGNOSIS  Lab: Chest Xray cavitations mediastinal lymphadenopathy extent of dse may be masked by lung compression 40

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  • By integrating itself with a Greater China Economic Zone, Taiwan would become vulnerable to a clash between the oceanic and continental cavitations, as Samuel Huntington's thesis dictates.

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  • Over tens of thousands of pulses, the combined force of these cavitations liquefies nearby tissue into slurry that passes out through the penis.

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  • British scientists "search resultsLONDON, April 9 (UPI) -- British scientists say they have created a sensor capable of measuring localized ultrasonic cavitations in research that will help hospitals remain hygienic.

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