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11 September 2006 The effects of ILLLI on peripheral blood T lymphocytes subpopulation and NK cells in psoriasis treatment
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Proceedings Volume 5967, 2004 Shanghai International Conference on Laser Medicine and Surgery; 59671I (2006) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.639326
Event: 2004 Shanghai international Conference on Laser Medicine and Surgery, 2004, Shanghai, China
Abstract
Objective: To research the effects of Intravascular low level laser irradiation (ILLLI) on the immulogic function of cells in treatment of psoriasis. Method: 49 patients suffered from psoriasis were treated by Intravascular low level laser irradiation (laser output power: 4-5mw, 1 hour per day, a course of treatment is 10 days). We checked the function of T lymphocyte subgroup and NK cell in peripheral blood between pre and post treatment. Results: 1. The mean value of CD3+ in post treatment is higher. P<0.05. Significant difference is showed between pre and post treatment. 2. The mean value of CD4+ in post treatment dropped slightly while the mean value of CD4/CD8, NK cell in post treatment increased little, nearly approach the mean value of natural person. 3. The mean value of CD4+,CD8+,NK cell which is under 30% increased the percent obviously after the treatment; The mean value of CD4+,CD8+ u higher than 30% obviously drop the percent, P≤0.05 and <0.01. Related statistical analysis showed significant and much significant difference between pre and post treatment. Conclusions: The low level laser irradiation (ILLLI) in treatment of psoriasis has bidirectional ajustive effect which can balance the immulogic function of cell.
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Jing Zhu and Fan Ni "The effects of ILLLI on peripheral blood T lymphocytes subpopulation and NK cells in psoriasis treatment", Proc. SPIE 5967, 2004 Shanghai International Conference on Laser Medicine and Surgery, 59671I (11 September 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.639326
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