Laser-induced clasmatosis of gastric and intestinal epitheliocytes
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Clasmatosis, a possible cell response to laser treatment, can be induced in gastric mucosa by copper-vapor laser and nitrogen laser radiation administered in a dose of 20 and 4 J/cm2, respectively. Clasmatosis is most pronounced in parietal cells. In the intestine, clasmatosis is observed inlamina propria connective tissue cells. Treatment with copper-vapor and nitrogen lasers in doses higher than 34 and 6 J/cm2, respectively, less frequently causes clasmatosis in the intestine and gastric mucosa.
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