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For this reason, an extensive review is presented here of the entire field of Russian applications of lasers in medicine and biology. Although the author, Dr. Gamaleya, has not worked directly with many of the applications, he has a Laser applications in medicine and biology.
book background in laser usage and has received much help from his colleagues in assembling the : Myron Wolbarsht. Within a very short period of their discovery, they had welI-formulated biological and medical applications. The discovery of the Laser applications in medicine and biology.
book is no exception. AIthough the theoretical basis for it was established in by Einstein, the techniques and materials necessary for building a laser were not then available.
The laser has revitalized everything connected with optics. It has furnished the Brand: Springer US. Series: LASER APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY (Book 4) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Springer; edition (J ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x 1 x 9 inches Shipping Weight: pounds; Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewAuthor: M.L.
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A description of these new types of lasers by Osgood is included to indicate new possibilities for future use and to avoid limiting our coverage to well-developed present-day applications. Hillenkamp and Kaufmann describe a microprobe mass spectrograph for analysis of the minute amounts of material evaporated by a laser pulse.
For this reason, an extensive review is presented here of the entire field of Russian applications of lasers in medicine and biology.
Although the author, Dr. Gamaleya, has not worked directly with many of the applications, he has a general background in laser usage and has received much help from his colleagues in assembling the material. Finally, laser treatments of the retina, vitreous humour, lens, ciliary body, iris, irido-corneal angle, cornea, sclera, conjunctiva and eyelid are described, with emphasis on the applications for treatment of diseases.
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various applications of lasers in medicine including four major categories: types of lasers, laser-tissue. Laser nanosurgery in cell biology 9. Future dir ections Conclusions Book Review: Laser applications in medicine and biology. M.L. Wolbarsht (Editor) (Vol.
5, pp., Plenum Press, New York and London. D, ) Authors: Moseley, Harry: Affiliation: AA(West of Scotland Health Boards Department of Clinical Physics and Bio-Engineering 11 West Graham Street Glasgow G4 9LF Scotland, UK 4 August This bibliography covers the period from through ; references are classified under 23 subject headings.
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