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Low level laser therapy and its effects on reparatory processes of the skin
INTRODUCTION: Application of laser beams for therapeutic purposes is of relatively recent date, but today there is no field of medicine where lasers cannot be used. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LASERExpand
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Evaluation of rat thyroid gland morphophysiological status after three months exposure to 50 Hz electromagnetic field.
Objective of our study was to use morphophysiological criteria in order to determine the sensitivity of male rat thyroid gland to an extremely low frequency electromagnetic field (ELF-EMF) influenceExpand
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[Low level laser irradiation and its effect on repair processes in the skin].
INTRODUCTION Application of laser beams for therapeutic purposes is of relatively recent date, but today there is no field of medicine where lasers cannot be used. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LASERExpand
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Influence of different types of electromagnetic fields on skin reparatory processes in experimental animals
Wound healing is a very complex process, some phases of which have only recently been explained. Magnetic and electromagnetic fields can modulate this process in a non-thermal way. The aim of thisExpand
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EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD INFLUENCE ON RAT BODY MASS
In this study, the influence of power frequency electromagnetic field on body mass was investigated. Experiment was performed on male rats during the first three months of their postnatal life. TheExpand
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Morphophysiological status of rat thyroid gland after subchronic exposure to low frequency electromagnetic field.
The objective of this study was to examine the impact of low-frequency electromagnetic field on male rat thyroid gland of Mill Hill strain. Animals were exposed to 50 Hz frequency, of decayingExpand
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Electromagnetic Field Effects on the Morphology of Rat Thyroid Gland
The thyroid gland, whose hormones are involved in a broad range of functions is one of the most sensitive organs to ionizing radiation, but the effects of non-ionizing radiation such as anExpand
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Heart Rate in Rats Exposed to Constant Magnetic Fields
The heart rate in rats exposed to a constant magnetic field 30 min a day for 14 successive days was examined. The animals were fixed between the poles of an electromagnet producing a DC fieldExpand
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[The effect of low-frequency electromagnetic fields on the neuroendocrine system].
This paper presents literature data about effects of low-intensity variable electromagnetic fields on the neuroendocrine system of experimental animals. We mostly paid attention to electromagneticExpand
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The Influence of Low Intensity 50 Hz Electromagnetic Field Exposure on Blood Na, Κ and Cl Concentrations in Humans
In this work we investigated the long term exposure effects (average 9 years, 7 hours a day, 5 days a week) to a 50 Hz low level (1-30 microT electromagnetic field. The concentrations of sodium (Na),Expand
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