dye laser

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dye laser

[′dī ‚lā·zər]
(optics)
A type of tunable laser in which the active material is a dye such as acridine red or esculin, with very large molecules, and laser action takes place between the first excited and ground electronic states, each of which comprises a broad vibrational-rotational continuum.
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Huilgol SC, Barlow RJ, Markey AC: Failure of pulsed dye laser therapy for resistant verrucae.
Treatment of stretch marks with the 585-nm flashlamp-pumped pulsed dye laser.
Patients also experienced an added benefit of significant improvement in their acne scars, as the pulsed dye laser offers superior penetration to the deeper layers of the skin where scars form.
2]) using a 10-mm spot size with a 595-nm pulsed dye laser.
We are delighted about the opportunity to now be able to offer the latest generation pulsed dye laser to the market in the People's Republic of China.
5 Recent therapies such as pulsed dye laser, interferon alpha 2b and cultured epithelial autografts have also been used.
Although a pulsed dye laser was successfully used to treat the PWS along with eczema, in some patients the occurrence of dermatitis was clearly linked to the laser treatment itself (3, 4).
Pliaglis is indicated for use on intact skin in adults to provide local analgesia for superficial aesthetic procedures, such as dermal filler injection, pulsed dye laser therapy, facial laser resurfacing and laser-assisted tattoo removal.
Only in complicated or refractory [infantile hemangioma] cases have other treatment modalities, such as interferon alfa2a, imiquimod, vincristine, cydophosphamide, pulsed dye laser, and, most recently, propranolol, been considered," the investigators wrote.
Treatment with flashlamp pulsed dye laser is a safe and efficient treatment modality (9) (SOR: C).

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