Progress in laser therapy: selected papers from the October 1990 ILTA congress
A selection of papers presented at the October, 1990 International Laser Therapy Association meeting in Okinawa, Japan. Describes work in the fields of phototherapy and photobioactivation. These are processes which use the laser as a source of concentrated photons at particular wavelengths in a nonthermal and nondestructive interaction with the sub-cellular, cellular and tissue unit or systematic or whole body targets.
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