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Digital ultrasound is being used more frequently for imaging parts of the body. how does this technology combine mechanical (sound) and electromagnetic (light) waves?
a) images are captured using mechanical waves, which are safer, and data is transmitted using faster electromagnetic waves
b) images are captured and transmitted using mechanical waves, but data is stored using electromagnetic waves.
c) images are captured and transmitted using electromagnetic waves, but data is stored using mechanical waves.

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