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Ablation Plume Dynamics of DIVE Ablation at Water-Air Interfaces

@inproceedings{Strahlendorff2016AblationPD,
  title={Ablation Plume Dynamics of DIVE Ablation at Water-Air Interfaces},
  author={Kristina Strahlendorff},
  year={2016}
}
Medical lasers can significantly contribute to minimal invasive procedures in surgery, since lasers can basically cut at the level of a single cell. However, ablation of tissue with a laser involves damage of the surrounding tissue, induced by thermal effects and shock wave propagation. The Picosecond InfraRed Laser (PIRL) drives the ablation of tissue faster than thermal and shock wave propagation can occur in the surrounding tissue. Furthermore, the pulses are within a suitable energy regime… Expand

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