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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 7552

Mechanisms for Low-Light Therapy V
Editor(s): Michael R. Hamblin; Ronald W. Waynant; Juanita Anders
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Volume Number: 7552
Date Published: 17 February 2010
Softcover: 18 papers (166) pages
ISBN: 9780819479488

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Front Matter for Volume 7552
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The importance of pulsing illumination parameters in LLLT
Author(s): D. Barolet
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Role of the circulation in the systemic effects of low-light therapy
Author(s): M. Dyson
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Low level laser therapy for traumatic brain injury
Author(s): Qiuhe Wu; Ying-Ying Huang; Saphala Dhital; Sulbha K. Sharma; Aaron C.-H. Chen; Michael J. Whalen; Michael R. Hamblin
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In-vitro suppression of metabolic activity in malignant human glioblastomas due to pulsed - low frequency electric potential exposures
Author(s): Abby Schlichting; Ronald W. Waynant; Darrell B. Tata
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Comparison of cellular responses induced by low level light in different cell types
Author(s): Ying-Ying Huang; Aaron C.-H. Chen; Sulbha K. Sharma; Qiuhe Wu; Michael R. Hamblin
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Effect of low level laser therapy on hair cell regeneration following gentamicin induced ototoxicity in postnatal organotypic culture of rat cochlea
Author(s): Chung-Ku Rhee; Young Hoon Kim; Se Hyung Kim; Peijie He; Jin Chul Ahn
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Low-power light and isolated rat hearts after ischemia of myocardium
Author(s): Victor A. Monich; Olga V. Drugova; Valery F. Lazukin; Anna B. Bavrina
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The photobiomodulation in the bone repair after radiotherapy: experimental study in rats
Author(s): M. R. S. Freire; D. Almeida; J. N. Santos; V A. Sarmento
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Prevention of bloodstream infections by photodynamic inactivation of multiresistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in burn wounds
Author(s): M. C. E. Hashimoto; R. A. Prates; D. J. Toffoli; L. C. Courrol; M. S. Ribeiro
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Review of technology development and clinical trials of transcranial laser therapy for acute ischemic stroke treatment
Author(s): Brian E. Catanzaro; Jackson Streeter; Luis de Taboada
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Laser therapy for the treatment of arthritic knees: a clinical study
Author(s): F. Kahn; R. Liboro; F. Saraga
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Transcranial LED therapy for cognitive dysfunction in chronic, mild traumatic brain injury: two case reports
Author(s): Margaret A. Naeser; Anita Saltmarche; Maxine H. Krengel; Michael R. Hamblin; Jeffrey A. Knight
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The effects of infrared laser therapy and weightbath traction hydrotherapy as components of complex physical treatment in disorders of the lumbar spine: a controlled pilot study with follow-up
Author(s): Csaba Oláh; Mihály Oláh; Béla Demeter; Zoltán Jancsó; Valéria Páll; Tamás Bender
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Syntonic phototherapy
Author(s): Raymond L. Gottlieb
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Polarized light improves cutaneous healing on diabetic rats
Author(s): Luciana Maria Pedreira Ramalho; Priscila Chagas Oliveira; Aparecida Maria Cordeiro Marques; Antonio L. Barbosa Pinheiro
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Assessment of laser photobiomodulation and polarized light on the healing of cutaneous wounds on euthyroid and hypothyroid induced rats
Author(s): Luciana Maria Pedreira Ramalho; Barbara Mayoral Pedroso Weyll; Maíra Dória M. da Costa Lino; Maria Jose Pedreira Ramalho; Antonio Luis Barbosa Pinheiro
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The antinociceptive effects of Monechma ciliatum and changes in EEG waves following oral and intrathecal administration in rats
Author(s): Ajibola B. Meraiyebu; Alexander B. Adelaiye; Odeh S. O
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Transcranial near infrared laser therapy (NILT) to treat acute ischemic stroke: a review of efficacy, safety and possible mechanism of action derived from rabbit embolic stroke studies
Author(s): Paul A. Lapchak; Jackson Streeter; Luis De Taboada
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