ASPECTS OF THE INFLUENCE OF CAVITATION PHENOMENA OF ULTRASONIC WAVES ON BIOLOGICAL OBJECTS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF TISSUE ORGANIZATION (LITERATURE REVIEW)
H.Z. Ahmedov, B.I. Nurdinov, A.V. Lysenko, A.T. Alymkulov
Ultrasound is the most common diagnostic technique for many diseases with morphological substrates and pathological processes. Lack of control over the activities of ultrasound rooms, lack of knowledge about the physical properties of sound waves by the personnel, is a support for the development of remote consequences from a complex of factors associated with an ultrasound wave.
The article reflects the literature data and the likely influence of the effect of cavitation bubbles on the structural components of tissue cells. The blame is given to oncological processes and possible indirect effects on them.
Key words: cavitation, ultrasound, oncology, side effects.