Simone Marja Rodrigo

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate, using histological analysis, the systemic action and repair process of wounds produced on the back of rats and treated with red, infrared, or both lasers applied directly or indirectly to the wounds. BACKGROUND DATA Skin tissue repair and wound healing are complex processes that involve a series of dynamic events. Many benefits are(More)
This study evaluated the use of red and infrared lasers on tissue surrounding the femurs of 60 rats randomly divided into three groups after implantation of bioabsorbable plates. The control group were not subjected to laser irradiation; group A was treated with red laser [indium–gallium–aluminum–phosphide (InGaAlP) laser, wavelength 685 nm, 35 mW,(More)
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