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Ultrasound has no anti-inflammatory effect.
  1. D H Goddard,
  2. P A Revell,
  3. J Cason,
  4. S Gallagher,
  5. H L Currey


    The use of therapeutic ultrasound within the Health Service is widespread and growing. The most common indication is to reduce inflammation. We have tested the influence of ultrasound on a model of acute inflammation in the rat, and we have found a complete absence of any anti-inflammatory action.

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