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aperture on a relatively small focal zone. This makes the BBB readily targetable within its 220–700 kHz reported disruption zone. Results The method of histotripsy ultrasound on the brain utilizes the ability to cross the disruption zone with ultrasound operating near 700 kHz. All subjects demonstrated brain blood barrier disruption in serial imaging at 0.29–0.57 MPa. This range is supported by an extensive finite difference time domain (FDTD) 3-D computer simulation study, using a 0.27–1.2 MPa range (P < 0.05). Conclusions Our data suggests that histotripsy