On the Difference in Action of the Laser Light with Wavelength Near 2mm on Biotissue in Gas and Water Media
It is shown that unlike action in the air environment, section of the biotissue in the water environment (physiological solution) is performed by the steam-gas stream which is formed as a result of superintensive boiling in thin (about 0.1 mm) a liquid layer in which absorbed laser radiation. Coagulation of the biotissue, adjacent to a section, happens due to heat which is produced via vapor condensation.
Keywords: laser radiation in urology, a laser enucleation of the BPH, laser removal of the bladder cancer.
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