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Proceedings of laser-tissue interaction VI

6-9 February 1995, San Jose, California

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Wash., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lasers in medicine -- Congresses,
  • Lasers in ophthalmology -- Congresses,
  • Laser photochemistry -- Congresses,
  • Laser ablation -- Congresses,
  • Photothermal spectroscopy -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesLaser-tissue interaction VI., Laser tissue interaction VI., Laser-tissue interaction four., Laser-tissue interaction 4.
    StatementSteven L. Jacques, chair/editor ; Abraham Katzir, biomedical opitcs series editor ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the international society for optical engineering.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProgress in biomedical optics, SPIE proceedings series -- v. 2391., Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 2391., Progress in biomedical optics (Unnumbered)
    ContributionsJacques, Steven L., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR692.5 P763 v.2391
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 666 p. :
    Number of Pages666
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19567764M
    ISBN 100819417386
    ISBN 109780819417381
    LC Control Number94069336
    OCLC/WorldCa32688790

    PROCEEDINGS VOLUME Session VI (2) Poster Session (10) Laser-Tissue Interaction (3) Surgical Therapy (3) Optical Imaging (4) Laser-Tissue Interaction. Subsurface optical stimulation of the rat prostate nerves using continuous-wave near-infrared laser radiation. "Laser-Tissue Interactions" provides a thorough description of the fundamentals and applications in this field. Basic concepts such as the optical and thermal properties of tissue, the various types of tissue ablation, and optical breakdown and its related effects are treated in detail. Special attention is given to mathematical tools (Monte Author: Markolf H. Niemz.

    Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option Ultrashort laser pulse bioeffects and safety W. P. Roach, and M. E. Rogers, The Effect of Nonlinear Optical Phenomena on Retinal Damage, in Laser-Tissue Interaction VI, edited by Steven L. Jacques, Proc Cited by: 3 Laser-Tissue Interactions Explained Lasers are powerful tools that are increasingly being used for a growing number of medical applications. Lasers are used every day to remove unwanted tattoos, make incisions during surgeries, and treat aches and pains.

    intimately linked, namely the interaction between a laser beam and biological tissues. Such an interaction is used in various areas, such as surgery, dentistry, dermatology etc. Also, there is a mystery surrounding lasers such that most people are wary of their use. A fundamental knowledge of the mechanisms of laser–material interactions isFile Size: 69KB. Clinical use of laser-tissue interactions Abstract: The five interaction mechanisms associated with laser treatment of patients are described. They are the photothermal, photochemical, photoacoustical, photoablative, and photobiostimulation mechanisms. The estimated light penetration depth as a function of wavelength for bloodless, unpigmented.


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Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. ; Progress in biomedical optics (Unnumbered) Other Titles: Biological effects of low-energy laser irrradiation. Laser-tissue interaction VI Laser-tissue interaction 6 Laser-tissue interaction six: Responsibility.

PROCEEDINGS VOLUME Laser-Tissue Interaction VI. Editor(s): Steven L. Jacques *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library. Effect of hydrogen bonding on far-ultraviolet water absorption and potential implications for nm ArF excimer laser-tissue interaction Author(s): Joseph T.

Walsh Jr.; Paul T. Staveteig. Photochemical cross-linking of type I collagen with hydrophobic and hydrophilic 1,8-naphthalimide dyes Author(s): Millard M.

Judy; Li Chen; L. Fuh; Hany R. Nosir; Robert W. Jackson; James Lester Matthews; David E. Lewis; Ronald E. Utecht; Dongwu Yuan.

Laser-tissue interaction VI Laser-tissue interaction four Laser-tissue interaction 4: Responsibility: Steven L. Jacques, chair/editor ; Abraham Katzir, biomedical opitcs series editor ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the international society for optical engineering.

This book provides a thorough description of the fundamentals and applications in this field. Basic concepts such as the optical and thermal properties of tissue, the various types of tissue ablation, and optical breakdown and its related effects are treated in : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

DTIC ADA Proceedings of Laser-Tissue Interaction IX. Volume Item Preview The papers appearing in this book comprise the proceedings of the Laser Tissue Interaction IX. Addeddate Identifier DTIC_ADA Identifier-ark ark://t19mx Ocr.

The potential for laser–tissue interaction forms the basis of the usefulness of predictable employment of laser photonic energy as an adjunct to clinical dental and oral therapy. Laser–Tissue Interactions by has become a standard reference and textbook in this rapidly growing field.

It provides a thorough description of the fundamentals and applications of modern laser medicine. Basic concepts, such as optical and thermal properties of tissue, the various types of tissue ablation, and optical breakdown and its related effects, are treated in by: Laser Tissue Interactions.

Laser tissue interactions can be classified into four types on contact: reflection, absorption, scattering, and transmission. Reflection wastes laser energy and makes it unsuitable for medical applications.

Absorption at the surface is influenced by various chromophores as we will in detail later in this article. Laser-tissue interaction in dental surgery is primarily photothermal, in that incident energy is converted into heat.

The level of heat (temperature) will define the target tissue by: Juzenas has reported that the nm light can penetrate mm, which was much deeper than other wavelength, such as nm ( mm), nm (mm), nm( mm) on the rat skin surface [10]. Laser–Tissue Interactions by has become a standard reference and textbook in this rapidly growing field.

It provides a thorough description of the fundamentals and applications of modern laser medicine. Basic concepts, such as optical and thermal properties of tissue, the various types of tissue ablation, and optical breakdown and its related effects, are treated in detail. Where tissue affect photons diagnostic sensing, imaging, and spectroscopy, 2.

Where photons affect tissues. surgical and therapeutic cutting, dissecting,File Size: 9MB. This study is an attempt to unravel the basics of the interaction between W carbon-dioxide laser radiation and biological tissue. Time-resolved flash photography was used to visualize the laser-induced channel formation in water and tissue : E.

Duco Jansen, Martin Frenz, Kamuran A. Kadipasaoglu, T. Joshua Pfefer, Hans Joerg Altermatt, Masso. @article{osti_, title = {Laser interaction with tissue}, author = {Berns, M W}, abstractNote = {These proceedings collect papers on laser biomedicine.

Topics include: light distributions on tissue; chemical byproducts of laser/tissue interactions; laser applications in ophthalmology; phododynamic therapy; diode pumped solid state lasers at two and three micrometers; and applications of.

Laser-Tissue Interactions by Prof. Markolf H. Niemz (Heidelberg University) has become the standard reference book in this fast growing field.

It addresses basic concepts such as optical and thermal tissue properties, hard and soft tissue ablation, and photobiomodulation. Clinical applications are reviewed according to the latest references.

After considering laser-tissue interaction and light propagation in tissue, we explain how the aforementioned concepts apply to direct laser angioplasty and laser-balloon angioplasty.

An understanding of these issues should prove useful not only in performing laser angioplasty but in comparing the reported results of various laser by: SPIE Digital Library Proceedings.

Sign In View Cart Help. St Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Moshonov J, Stabholz A, Leopold Y, Rosenberg I, Stabholz A. Lasers in dentistry. Part B – interaction with biological tissues and the effect on the soft tissues of the oral cavity, the hard tissues of the tooth and the dental pulp.

Laser/tissue interaction. Dederich DN(1). Author information: (1)University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine. When laser light impinges on tissue, it can reflect, scatter, be absorbed, or transmit to the surrounding tissue. Absorption controls to a great degree the extent to which reflection, scattering and transmission occur, and Cited by:.

Thermal laser tissue interactions. photocoagulation and photovaporization. Photocoagulation. Thermal, pigment dependant (at v high T even clear cornea can be burned), incr energy and longer exposure times, less target-selective Photochemical laser tissue interaction.

photoablation, PDT, and photosynthesis/bleaching of rhodopsin. Photoablation.Lasers are powerful tools that are increasingly being used for a growing number of medical applications. Lasers are used every day to remove unwanted tattoos, make incisions during surgeries, and treat aches and pains.

Each of these applications works because of one of three types of laser-tissue interactions: photothermal, photomechanical, or photochemical.  .Laser-Tissue Interaction • Generally, laser radiation affects that kind of tissue, which absorbs the radiation.

The absorption of laser radiation in tissue, especially in ocular tissue, is strongly wavelength dependent. The type of interaction depends on the wavelength and on the interaction duration.