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Synonyms for laser

an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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30] treated 131 patients with microbiologically confirmed onychomycosis using a Q-Clear[TM] Q-Switched Nd:YAG 1064 nm/532 nm laser following nail reduction with a drill.
Q-switched Nd:YAG 1064nm laser was used o deliver 2-4 J/cm2 at 6 mm spot sizes, with a pulse duration of 5-7 nanoseconds and a repetitive rate of 10 Hz for treating melasma.
A 36-year-old Emirati female, known to have hypothyroidism on thyroxin 75 mg/day, presented to the dermatology clinic with hypopigmentation in the face secondary to facial hair removal by QS 1064-nm Nd:YAG.
Nd:YAG laser as an adjunctive treatment to nonsurgical periodontal therapy: A meta-analysis.
The absence of lamps and diode pumps eliminates the pump chamber maintenance found in most conventional high powered laser systems such as Nd:YAG solid state lasers.
Photodisruptive Nd:YAG laser in the management of premacular subhyaloid heamorhage.
Bu calismanin amaci rozasenin eritem ve telanjiyektazi lezyonlarinda uzun atimli Nd:YAG lazerin etkinligini arastirmaktir.
Compared with Nd:YAG and carbon dioxide lasers, they have higher energy efficiency, better reliability, and often better beam quality at high power.
Diode and Nd:YAG have a high affinity for melanin and less interaction with hemoglobin.
periodontics: lasers can be used to disinfect the periodontal pocket (the peak power of a pulsed laser kills resistant subgingival bacteria); periodontal scaling and root planing with Nd:YAG lasers reduces bone and cement loss, improves the epithelial junction and eliminates periodontal pockets [Liu et al.
Table 1: types of lasers used for common conditions in ORL surgeries Common conditions treated by laser Types of laser used in ORL surgery Nasal surgery: Nasal and paranasal polypi, hypertrophied CO2, Nd:YAG, Ho: YAG, turbinates, concha bullosa media, Diode and KTP Lasers Synechia, cicatricial stenosis and granulation, Septum spear and septal crest, talengectasia and capilary hemangioma, adenoids and choanal atresia.
Over the last two decades, certain dental lasers, starting with the pulsed Nd:YAG laser, have been included by clinicians in the instrumentation for periodontal disease treatment.