Interaction of ultraviolet laser light with the cornea.


The effect of pulsed ultraviolet (UV) laser light on the cornea depends on wavelength (photon energy), irradiance (photon flux), and pulse firing rate. At the available excimer laser wavelengths of 193, 249, 308, and 351 nanometers, the authors have varied the irradiance per pulse (10 to 2000 mj/cm2) as well a pulse frequency (1, 10, 25 Hz) and determined… (More)


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