In diagnostic sonography, the so-called Doppler effect is used for the determination of blood flow velocity. This is done by measuring the frequency of the sound reflected by detected blood cells. The sound is reflected by the blood cells. What exactly is sound, which vibration modes exist and how do they react on interfaces—all of this will be addressed in the following article.
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