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Influence of low intensive laser irradiation on intercellular intertissue interactions
Author(s): Iskander M. Baibekov; Bakhtiyar Rasimov; Erkin Sh. Musaev; A. F. Ibragimov
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Paper Abstract

The irradiation of large surfaces or the whole body with copper vapor or ultraviolet lasers causes the structural changes of the bone marrow, skin, and intestine cells indicating the acceleration of their proliferation and differentiation. The increase of migration of the bone marrow cells in stroma and epithelial layers of organs indicates the intensification of intercellular intertissue interactions. This phenomena takes place in doses not more than 0.2 J/cm2 for ultraviolet and 0.5 J/cm2 for copper vapor lasers. The greater of the doses cause the damages of bone marrow, skin, and intestinal cells.

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Date Published: 18 January 1995
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2323, Laser Interaction with Hard and Soft Tissue II, (18 January 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.199227
Show Author Affiliations
Iskander M. Baibekov, Tashkent Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
Bakhtiyar Rasimov, Tashkent Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
Erkin Sh. Musaev, Tashkent Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)
A. F. Ibragimov, Tashkent Research Ctr. of Surgery (Uzbekistan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2323:
Laser Interaction with Hard and Soft Tissue II
Hans Joerg Albrecht; Guy P. Delacretaz; Thomas H. Meier; Rudolf W. Steiner; Lars Othar Svaasand; Martin J. C. van Gemert, Editor(s)

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