SAY HIFU. High intensity frequency ultrasound focuses ultrasonic waves from the transducer at top so tightly that they can heat tissue to 80Â°C, enough to cauterize a leaking blood vessel, destroy cancerous cells, and break up kidney stones.
Credit: C. Frantz/Univ. Wash.
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