Lasers in Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery
Kenneth A. Arndt, Jeffrey S. Dover, Suzanne M. Olbricht
Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1997 - Medical - 480 pages
This is a reference on the use of lasers in cutaneous surgical procedures. Internationally recognized experts share their knowledge - both scholarly and practical - of the scientific principles, instruments, and techniques employed in cutaneous laser surgery.
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