Laser-Tissue Interactions: Fundamentals and Applications 3rd Revised Edition Pdf

Laser-Tissue Interactions Fundamentals and Applications 3rd Revised Edition Pdf written by Markolf H. Niemz. The fields of biological and medical physics and biomedical engineering are broad, multidisciplinary and dynamic.
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This book has emerged from the need for a comprehensive presentation of the recently established field of laser–tissue interactions. So far, only publications dealing with specific issues and conference proceedings with contributions by several authors have been available for this subject. From these multi-author presentations, it is quite difficult for the reader to get to the bottom line of such a novel discipline. A textbook written by a single author is probably better suited for this purpose, although it might not provide the reader with all the details of a specific application. The basic scope of the book was outlined during several lectures on biomedical optics which I held at the University of Heidelberg in the years 1992–1995. I have tried to include the most significant studies which are related to the field of laser–tissue interactions and which have been published during the past three decades. This comprises the description of experiments and techniques as well as their results and the theoretical background. Some parts of this book, especially the detailed discussion of ultrashort laser pulses, are naturally influenced by my own interests

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