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ight-Emitting Diodes ( LEDs ) in Dermatology

@inproceedings{Barolet2009ightEmittingD,
  title={ight-Emitting Diodes ( LEDs ) in Dermatology},
  author={aniel Barolet},
  year={2009}
}
Light-emitting diode photobiomodulation is the newest category of nonthermal light therapies to find its way to the dermatologic armamentarium. In this article, we briefly review the literature on the development of this technology, its evolution within esthetic and medical dermatology, and provide practical and technical considerations for use in various conditions. This article also focuses on the specific cell-signaling pathways involved and how the mechanisms at play can be put to use to… Expand
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