A physical model of laser-assisted blocking of blood flow: II. Pulse modulation of radiation
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A method for the calculation of blocking of blood flow upon treatment of vessel pathologies by laser irradiation at a wavelength of 530 nm are considered. The model is based on the assumption that blood-vessel occlusion is a consequence of preceding photothermal coagulation of internal layers of the vessel wall. The irradiation regimes are determined that provide homogeneous and highly efficient coagulation of the vessel wall under irradiation of tissues by series of short radiation pulses.
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