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Recent Advancements in Ultrasound Transducer: From Material Strategies to Biomedical Applications

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(a) Flexible ultrasound arrays based on the PZT-5H/epoxy 1-3 composites [27], reproduced with permission, copyright 2018, Springer Nature. (b) A 50 MHz ultrasound transducer based on the hydrothermal PZT-5H thick film [57], reproduced with permission, copyright 2016, AIP Publishing. (c) 128-element 0.7PMN-0.3PT 1-3 composite-based circular array [58], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, IEEE. (d) Miniaturized 64-element side-looking phased array [59], reproduced with permission, copyright 2019, IEEE. (e) High-performance ultrasound needle transducer based on modified PMN-PT ceramic with ultrahigh clamped dielectric permittivity [60], reproduced with permission, copyright 2018, IEEE. (f) 20 MHz 48-element 0.27PIN-0.45PMN-0.28PT single-crystal phased array [61], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, MDPI.