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Reaction of cells to local, regional, and general low-intensive laser irradiation
Author(s): Iskander M. Baibekov; A. Sh. Kasymov; Erkin Sh. Musaev; V. M. Vorojeikin; S. N. Artikov
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Paper Abstract

Local influence of low intensive laser irradiation (LILI) of Helium-Neon (HNL), Copper vapor (CVL), Nitrogen (UVL) and Arsenic Gallium (AGL) lasers cause stimulation of processes of physiological and reparative regeneration in intact skin, and mucous membrane of stomach and duodenum, dermatome wounds and gastroduodenal ulcers. Structural bases of these effects are the acceleration of cell proliferation and differentiation and also the activation of intracellular structures and intensification of cell secretion. Regional influence of the pointed types of LILI on hepar in cirrhosis and hepatitis causes decreasing of the inflammatory and cirrhotic changes. After endo- and exo-vascular laser irradiations of blood the decreasing of the number of pathological forms of erythrocytes and the increasing of their catalase activity, are indicated. General (total) laser irradiation of the organism--laser shower, increases the bone marrow cells proliferation, especially myeloid series. It is accompanied with acceleration of their differentiation and migration in circulation. It was revealed, that HNL to a considerable extent influences the epithelial cells and CVL the connective tissue cells. UVL increases the amount of microorganisms on cell surfaces (membrane bound microorganisms). Regional irradiation of the LILI causes both direct and indirect influence of cells. Structural changes of bone marrow cells and gut mucous membrane cells indicate intersystemic interaction.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 July 1993
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 1883, Low-Energy Laser Effects on Biological Systems, (14 July 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.148022
Show Author Affiliations
Iskander M. Baibekov, Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
A. Sh. Kasymov, Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
Erkin Sh. Musaev, Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
V. M. Vorojeikin, Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
S. N. Artikov, Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1883:
Low-Energy Laser Effects on Biological Systems
Michal Schwartz; Michael Belkin M.D., Editor(s)

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