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Synonyms for laser

an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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Study participants who were treated with Lucentis were less likely to develop macular edema than those treated with laser therapy.
Preceded by an ad hoc application for Hilterapia[R] and MLS[R] Laser therapy in the Human ambit, ASAveterinary APP represents an additional instrument that the company offers professional vets for optimising the use of our therapy and obtaining top results.
Thirty tutorial videos dedicated to the use of MLS Laser therapy on pets (cats and dogs), horses and exotic animals (rabbits, turtles, ferrets, parrots); punctual information on the indications and benefits of this type of therapy; an overview of the devices but also a selection of documented case histories among those on the http://www.
Without causing significant heat at the cell surface, low level laser therapy (LLLT) leads to physiological changes in cell performance.
If you want to lose weight, we are giving TWO lucky readers a course of laser therapy treatment and, if you want to quit smoking, we are giving TWO more lucky readers a course of laser therapy to help them stop.
Most of the studies evaluated the effects of laser therapy for hypertrophic scarring; just three reports focused exclusively on keloids.
The total count of TURP and laser therapy includes procedures with the appropriate codes (see Appendix for the codes).
The laser therapy was initiated on the post-surgical first day, where all the rabbits with application once a day for 14 days.
Laser therapy can vaporize the top layer of skin, erasing sandpaper-like spots known as actinic keratoses (AKs) that are caused by sun exposure.
Locally, class 4 laser treatments are offered at a handful of practices, including Shackley's own Laser Therapy of Sarasota.
Advanced Hair Studio promises readers laser therapy technology and "strand by strand" replacement to treat thinning hair.
Thousands of clinical studies, of varying quality, support the use of cold laser therapy to relieve pain and swelling and to stimulate healing.
Scientists have found that laser therapy is equivalent to two different dosages of corticosteroid medications for treating vision loss from the blockage of small veins in the back of the eye, a condition known as branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO).