The microtome has allowed us to observe the uterine extra cervix of the rabbit.
This latter is covered with a none keratinized stratified malpighian epithelium made up of five layers. The laser-cervix interaction allows to calculate, by the resolution of the radiative transport equation, the fluence of each layer. The whole fluence is determined by using the optic properties of each layer. These optic properties are obtained by fitting the transmittances measured and calculated by Monte-Carlo method. The obtained results are given below.