Proceedings of Applications of Ultrashort-pulse Lasers in Medicine and Biology: 29-30 January 1998, San Jose, California
SPIE, 1998 - Science - 124 pages
The 38 papers contained in this volume are part of the 46 scientific and clinical presentations given at the eighth conference on Ophthalmic Technologies, held 24-25 January, 1998, in San Jose, California. Clinicians, scientists, and engineers came from all regions of the world to attend this meeting, and to present the latest technical advances and clinical results in the field of ophthalmic techniques. This Proceedings is divided into five main oral sections: ophthalmic diagnostics, laser interaction with ocular tissues, ocular surgery, ocular implants, and eye modeling, followed by a sect ion containing poster presentations.
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