Influence of Argon laser on retina of diabetic patient
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2014, Volume 13, Issue 2, Pages 1031-1038
AbstractPhotocoagulation therapy is a method of treating detachments of the retina (the layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye) with an argon laser. The high-intensity beam of light from the laser is converted into heat, which forces protein molecules in the affected tissue to condense and seal the tissue. So photocoagulation bleeding of retina with Argon laser of a diabetic patient is considered one of the modern method for searching ofa relationship between the energy of laser beam and spot area of bleeding retina.The aim of the research is the choice of the energy needed for space required, leading to reduced patient stay under the laser device and reduce the fear factor of the patient.The quality information that has been obtained can be used in future as database which can be embedded into a laser device can work automatically.
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