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17 August 1994 Role of polarization and coherence of laser light on wound healing
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In this work we present the experimental results of a comparative study between polarized and nonpolarized laser light on the healing behavior of lesions created by the application of liquid nitrogen over the skin of Lewis rats. The aim of our work is understanding in the interactions of laser light and biological matter. In previous work we succeeded in showing that coherent light plays an important role in wound healing but the effect of polarization was not considered. We improved our experimental set up by simply adding a polarization filter and adjusting the power and exposure time to obtain an energy density of about 1.0 Joules/cm2 in order to be able to compare it with the results of our previously mentioned work. Our actual results demonstrated that polarized and nonpolarized laser light play different roles in the healing process.
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Jorge Humberto Nicola, Ester Maria Danielli Nicola, Martha S. Ribeiro, and Jorge Rizzato Paschoal "Role of polarization and coherence of laser light on wound healing", Proc. SPIE 2134, Laser-Tissue Interaction V; and Ultraviolet Radiation Hazards, (17 August 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.182963
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