Volume : 09, Issue : 03, March – 2021


Dr. Raymond L Venter

Abstract :

This was a systematic review subjected to determine the value of Focused Ultrasound involving the usage of Cell Resonance to understand the effect and its use as a therapy for disease modification. Focused ultrasound is an emerging technique that utilizes acoustic energy to anatomical targets in an attempt to minimize the pathologies that are going on undercover. Although the conventional allopathic medicine is playing its part in the treatment of several diseases, it has limited role in the efficient treatment of several diseases such as cancer. This study includes original experiments, review articles, reports, studies using human models for the trials and investigations from last 20 years. The aim of this paper is to collect and analyze the research that has been done so far on the subject matter and to present a review on the technique. As this is a new technology, the data on the subject is scarce due to its ethical considerations for human trials.
Keywords: “focused ultrasound”, “focused ultrasonography”, “music medicine”, “cell resonance” and “FUS in medicine”,

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Please cite this article in press Raymond L Venter., Focused Ultrasound Involving The Usage Of Cell Resonance To Understand The Effect And Its Use As A Therapy For Disease Modification.,Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2021; 08(03).

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