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Cavitation

Cavitation

1. Formation of a cavity, as in the lung in tuberculosis.

2. The production of small vapor-containing bubbles or cavities in a liquid or tissue by ultrasound.


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Questions about Blood Flow & Cut Flowers

agreed with genovese. Plant physiology books describe this phenomenon as cavitation or cavitational emboly

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by MrMistery
Sun Feb 24, 2008 7:57 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Questions about Blood Flow & Cut Flowers
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The Fiber Disease

... adding further stress to the cell boundaries. Bubble expansion and contraction without growing to a critical size is referred to as stable cavitation. The last mechanism is microstreaming, which is a microscopic fluid movement, described by the phenomenon of cavitation. The cavitation effect ...

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by Nadas Moksha
Sun Sep 10, 2006 3:50 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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The Fiber Disease

... that are being hinted at... but in the name of "modern Science" some of the tone is parallel with bio monitering and tracking thru cavitation and acoustic beams... i'm familliar with the technique and it is one of thorns in my side... classic dual use in industry, same goes on in ...

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by Nadas Moksha
Sun Sep 10, 2006 12:17 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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Cracking Knuckles

... the joint are relaxed. This is part of the reason why people can feel "loose" and invigorated after leaving the chiropractor's office, where cavitation is induced as part of the treatment. Backs, knees, elbows and all other movable joints are subject to the same kind manipulation as knuckles ...

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by b_d_41501
Wed Jun 22, 2005 2:12 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Cracking Knuckles
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Views: 14297

clicking my big toes

... So as the pressure of the synovial fluid drops, gases dissolved in the fluid become less soluble, forming bubbles through a process called cavitation. When the joint is stretched far enough, the pressure in the capsule drops so low that these bubbles burst, producing the pop that we associate ...

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by b_d_41501
Wed Jun 22, 2005 2:09 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: clicking my big toes
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