Temperature distribution in selective laser-tissue interaction.

@article{Crochet2006TemperatureDI,
  title={Temperature distribution in selective laser-tissue interaction.},
  author={Jared J Crochet and Surya C. Gnyawali and Yichao Chen and Evan C Lemley and Lihong V. Wang and Wei R. Chen},
  journal={Journal of biomedical optics},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={34031}
}
Selective photothermal interaction using dye enhancement has proven to be effective in minimizing surrounding tissue damage and delivering energy to target tissue. During laser irradiation, the process of photon absorption and thermal energy diffusion in the target tissue and its surrounding tissue are crucial. Such information allows the selection of proper operating parameters such as dye concentrations, laser power, and exposure time for optimal therapeutic effect. Combining the Monte Carlo… CONTINUE READING
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