1 August 1990 Laser-induced hyperthemia in the treatment of ocular tumors: experimental evaluation of temperature rise in rabbits' eyes
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Proceedings Volume 1321, Modern Technologies Applied to Medical Practice; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.22364
Event: Modern Technologies Applied to Medical Practice, 1989, Berlin, Germany
Abstract
Experimental results for the optical properties of ocular tumors in the red to near infrared region from 600-900 nm and at the near infrared wavelength of 1064 nm are presented. The tumor models have been human retinoblastoma heterotransplanted in athyinic mice and B16 melanotic melanoma in athymic mice. The steady state retinal and tumor temperature rise during 1064 nm laser irradiation have been examined in vivo in normal albino and pigmented rabbits eye and in Greene''s melanoma inoculated in the retinachoroidal layers. 2.
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Lars Othar Svaasand, Elisa Morinelli, Charles J. Gomer, "Laser-induced hyperthemia in the treatment of ocular tumors: experimental evaluation of temperature rise in rabbits' eyes", Proc. SPIE 1321, Modern Technologies Applied to Medical Practice, (1 August 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.22364; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.22364
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