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

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(a) Microscale fragmentation of the solid materials by the LGFU [125], reproduced with permission, copyright 2012, Springer Nature. (b) The optoacoustic transducer for thrombolysis [25], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, Elsevier. (c) The optoacoustic transducer for cutting tissue [126], reproduced with permission, copyright 2017, John Wiley and Sons. (d) The optoacoustic transducer for microparticle movement control [6], reproduced with permission, copyright 2018, Elsevier. (e) The optoacoustic transducer for drug delivery [128], reproduced with permission, copyright 2015, Elsevier. (f) The optoacoustic transducer for neuron stimulation [23], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, Springer Nature. (g) The optoacoustic nanotransducers for targeted neuromodulation [129], reproduced with permission, copyright 2021, Elsevier. (h) The optoacoustic transducer for stimulating single neurons [130], reproduced with permission, copyright 2021, Springer Nature.