1 May 1996 Our clinical experience in low-energy laser medical treatments
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In clinical research the efficiency of low-energy laser (LEL) therapy remains controversial. We present here some of the most important results of our clinical experience in this field. We summarize our opinions about the LEL effects in rheumatic diseases, in chronic pelvic inflammatory disorders, in the treatment of some dermatological disorders, and in the recovery of the distal forearm nerve from traumatic lesion after surgical suture. We conclude that these results may be important evidence for the real clinical efficiency of the LEL.
Ciprian Antipa, Ciprian Antipa, Ion I. Bruckner, Ion I. Bruckner, Nicolae Crangulescu, Nicolae Crangulescu, Corneliu Ion Moldovan, Corneliu Ion Moldovan, Adrian Gh. Podoleanu, Adrian Gh. Podoleanu, Viorica Stanciulescu, Viorica Stanciulescu, Elena Ionescu, Elena Ionescu, } "Our clinical experience in low-energy laser medical treatments," Optical Engineering 35(5), (1 May 1996). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.600692 . Submission:
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