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Laser In Situ Keratomileusis LASIK


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...

Pediculosis - louse (lice) treatment

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Mycorrhiza Fungus Aids in Designing Better Crop Root System

Mycorrhizal fungus in plants aid in the uptake and utilization of phosphorus (P) from the soil limiting the needs of farmers for phosphate fertilizers to attain maximum yield. This capability of mycor...

Worcester Tattoo Removal Brings Affordable Laser Procedures To Central Massachusetts With Astanza Revolution

WORCESTER, Mass., Aug. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Worcester Tattoo Removal, a leading tattoo removal clinic in Worcester, MA, offers a variety of aesthetic laser procedures including tattoo removal...

Scientists urge ban on salamander imports to fend off deadly fungus

(University of California - Berkeley) California amphibian experts warn that a recently discovered fungus already devastating salamanders in Europe could imperil American salamanders, and urge the US ...

Foreign Fungus Threatens U.S. Salamanders: Study

THURSDAY, July 30, 2015 -- North American salamanders could be decimated by a deadly fungus unless a ban is placed on imported salamanders that can carry the fungus, researchers report. Salamanders ar...

NFL, GE Award University of Montana researchers $500,000 to study brain injuries

(The University of Montana) Two University of Montana researchers were among six final winners nationally to receive $500,000 from the Head Health Challenge I, an up-to-$10 million program sponsored b...

Deadly Fungus Killing U.S. Snakes Similar to That Seen in Bats

THURSDAY, June 25, 2015 -- For years, a deadly fungus has been decimating bat populations across the United States. Now scientists say a similar, often fatal, fungal infection is killing snakes as wel...

DNP Helps Nurse Executive Initiate Positive Change for Montana Hospital Association

After spending more than a decade as the director of the Flathead County Home Health Agency in Whitefish, Montana, Casey Blumenthal, 61, DNP, MHSA, RN, CAE, of Helena, Montana, knew she wasn't done wi...

Fungus Enhances Crop Roots and Could Be a Future 'Bio-fertilizer'

New research has found that the interaction of roots with a common soil fungus changes the genetic expression of rice crops – triggering additional root growth that enables the plant to absorb more ...

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Nd:Yag Q-switched Laser in the treatment of a hemicorporal epidermal nevus: a safe and effective option.

Epidermal nevi are benign proliferations of the epidermis for which different treatments have been used with disappointing results due to their recurrences and anaesthetic scars. Topical therapies hav...

Hair regrowth through wound healing process after ablative fractional laser treatment in a murine model.

Alopecia is one of the most common dermatological problems in the elderly; however, current therapies for it are limited by low efficacy and undesirable side effects. Although clinical reports on frac...

A case of generalized bromhidrosis following total body depilatory laser.

Laser treatment is a widespread method for hair removal. Despite its very common use, side effects remain relatively rare and transient.

Effectiveness of Low-fluence and Short-pulse Intense Pulsed Light in the treatment of Melasma: a randomized study.

Various treatment protocols for melasma have been suggested in the previous literature, but the efficacy and safety of treatment varies according to the report.

An Overview of Nd:YAG Laser Capsulotomy.

It has been revealed that posterior capsule opacification (PCO) is the most common delayed complication of cataract surgery. On the other hand, Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy is accepted as standard treatme...

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