Medical Lasers, Science and Clinical Practice
Medical physicists will learn how clinicians use lasers and clinicians will learn in detail the mechanism of production of coherent light and the interaction of differing wavelengths of light with body tissues.
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THE TECHNOLOGY OF SURGICAL LASERS
THE PRODUCTION OF SURGICAL LASER LESIONS
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