Electric Polarization of Soft Biological Tissues Induced by Ultrasound Waves

Previously, it has been found that dry biological tissues such as bone are capable, through the piezoelectric effect to produce electromagnetic waves if they are mechanically stressed.

In this experiment it has found that also in soft biological tissues (in samples of aortic walls and heart valves from pigs, and Achilles tendons from cows) this phenomena, that here is called the acoustically stimulated electromagnetic (ASEM) response of the biological tissues, occurs. Tissues generate electromagnetic fields in the MHz range while exposed to ultrasound waves.

It's very probably that while we move, apart that other endogenous electromagnetic sources and frequencies, our body is generating in this sense another layer of electromagnetic fields.

Last modified on 14-Feb-20

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