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There are many different types of Uveitis. This is because: * The Uvea is made up of different parts. So if the iris is affected, the condition and its treatment could be totally different to when...

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New iterations of laser trabeculoplasty emerging for glaucoma treatment

Three emerging forms of laser trabeculoplasty compare well with established modalities in terms of safety and efficacy, according to a published report.Argon laser trabeculoplasty was the preferred fo...

Laser: A Breast Cancer Treatment Alternative?

FRIDAY, Dec. 11, 2015 -- Using a laser to heat and destroy tumors -- called laser ablation -- may be an effective way to treat small breast cancers, potentially saving some women from a lumpectomy, ne...

Botrytis 'noble rot' fungus reprograms wine grape metabolism

For hundreds of years, the fungus Botrytis cinerea has been key to making the world's finest dessert wines. Now UC Davis researchers working with Dolce Winery in the Napa Valley show how the fungus ch...

Montana State offering live stream of vaccine expert panel

(Montana State University) Montana State University is hosting the Maurice Hilleman Vaccine Symposium on April 23 and will be streaming the event live on the web. Some of the nation's foremost experts...

Biologists piece together history of deadly fungus

New research from two San Francisco State University biologists is filling in some pieces of the puzzle about how a deadly fungus arrived in California and began wiping out amphibian populations...

These social bees farm and eat fungus or die

Researchers have discovered that a social, stingless bee from Brazil feeds its larvae on a special type of fungus grown in the nest. Without it, very few young survive, according to a report in the Ce...

Boston Laser to Offer New Treatment for Keratoconus in New England

Boston,MA (PRWEB) April 28, 2016 Boston Laser is now offering a novel treatment for Keratoconus following its approval by the U.S Fo...

Deadly amphibian fungus may decline, study says

A new study by WCS and other groups offers a glimmer of hope for some amphibian populations decimated by the deadly chytrid fungus: climate change may make environmental conditions for the fungus unsu...

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Severe neck scarring: A consequence of fractional CO2 laser resurfacing.

Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing using aggressive treatment parameters may result in adverse effects comparable to those of fully ablative CO2 laser resurfacing. A 45-year-old female underwent fractio...

Salvage transoral laser microsurgery for recurrent glottic carcinoma after primary laser-assisted treatment: Analysis of prognostic factors.

Treatment for local glottic cancer recurrences after primary transoral laser microsurgery (TLM) has not been standardized.

Treatment of striae distensae with needling therapy versus CO2 fractional laser.

Striae are atrophic dermal scars with overlying epidermal atrophy causing cosmetic concern. This study assesses and compares the efficacy and safety of needling therapy versus CO2 fractional laser in ...

Er:YAG laser dentistry in special needs patients.

Between a quarter and a third of adults with intellectual disability is estimated to have dental anxiety. Unpleasant stimuli, such as the injection of local anaesthesia or the noise and vibration of r...

Evaluation of a New Method for the Treatment of Invasive, Diffuse, and Unexcisable Lymphangiomas of the Oral Cavity with Defocus CO2 Laser Beam: A 20-Year Follow-Up.

The aim of our study is to evaluate the efficiency of a new therapeutic method using CO2 laser to avoid mutilation or total excision for the treatment of invasive, large and unexcisable oral lymphangi...

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