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17 May 1996 Influence of laser radiation on the intact and atherosclerotically damaged aortic wall
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Excimer lasers with stimulated Raman scatteiing cell and Nd YAG laser with frequency doubler were employed to study the effect oflaser radiation both on intact and atheroscierotically damaged aortic wall. After inadiation,, samples of aorta were subjected to detailed morphologic study and sizes of craters, necrosis and tissue destruction zones were determined. Lipid content and spectra of the extracts affected by laser beam were under consideration as well. Key words: laser angioplasty, tissue ablation, photodissociation ofbiological molecules
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Eugeni P. Gordov, Vladimir M. Shipulin M.D., Sergey V. Mel'chenko, Michail M. Makogon, Iren V. Sukhodolo, Katerine D. Alekseeva, and Eleonora V. Saprykina "Influence of laser radiation on the intact and atherosclerotically damaged aortic wall", Proc. SPIE 2671, Lasers in Surgery: Advanced Characterization, Therapeutics, and Systems VI, (17 May 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.240002
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