What is HIFU? Focused Ultrasound describes the focusing of high frequency sound waves (in the 0.2 - 10 MHz range) for the purpose of heating and ablating tissue. Also known as High Intensity Focused Ultrasound or HIFU (due to the immense intensity at the focus), focused ultrasound treatments can be guided by ultrasound or MRI. Ultrasound image guidance is capable of providing feedback on changes in tissue density...
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What is a CT Scan?
CT stands for Computerised Tomography (also referred to as a CAT scan). CT Scans...
PRP or PLATELET RICH PLASMA, is an injection into the injured tendons.
It involves taking out a small amount of the patient's own blood, spinning it at a high speed in a specialized centrifuge, which then concentrates and separates a component of the blood called PLATELETS. The highly concentrated platelets are then injected into the injured tendons and muscles.
Platelets release numerous growth factors which help regenerate tissue to some extent and...
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