In situ detection of melanomas by fluorescence measurements

  title={In situ detection of melanomas by fluorescence measurements},
  author={Wolfgang Lohmann and Eric Paul},
adhered was destroyed into small fragments. This was an addi t ional hint that stone destruction requires cavitation. Cavitat ion is dependent on the surrounding pressure of the medium. A static-pressure increase in the surrounding medium should decrease stone destruction by shock waves. This was tested in an experiment with a pressure chamber pressurized up to 100 atmospheres. Stones of similar weight from another gallstone family were exposed to 100 shock waves generated with 30 kV and 90 nF… CONTINUE READING


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