Neodymium-YAG laser in ophthalmic practice--principles and early experience.


We show our early experience with the Q Switched Neodymium-YAG Laser. Selected cases from the clinical spectrum of patients treated over nine months are discussed with regard to technique, results and possible complications. We feel that the YAG Laser will make an important contribution to ophthalmic care but further research and assessment are required before its full value and safety are ascertained.

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@article{Jagger1985NeodymiumYAGLI, title={Neodymium-YAG laser in ophthalmic practice--principles and early experience.}, author={Jonathan D. Jagger and James Marshall and A. M. Peter Hamilton}, journal={Transactions of the ophthalmological societies of the United Kingdom}, year={1985}, volume={104 ( Pt 2)}, pages={181-90} }