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The increased SCEs reported in this paper following exposure to high SPTP, low SATA intensities of pulsed ultrasound are consistent with the findings of Haupt et al.

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This is one reason why bone may constitute a critical organ for some forms of ultrasonic exposure, especially ultrasound therapy, even though there is a strong reflection from a bone/soft tissue interface.

Reading Reflection 3: Vision Statement for Teaching …

The complex acoustic fields reflected from these surfaces frequently make it difficult to determine the cell exposure levels and to compare the results with those of studies conducted using different experimental arrangements.