The use of nanojoule femtosecond pulses (NFP) for highly precise proceeding in anti-glaucoma surgery was evaluated. According to the observation of scanning electron microscopy (SEM), four types of incision patterns, including subsurface, slit-like, spot and cuboid ablations, were accomplished on in vitro sclera by NFP with little collateral damage. In comparison to microjoule femtosecond pulses (MFP), NFP can make extremely precise incisions with smoother inner surface with less peak power density. The present study first illustrates the potential use of NFP in minimally invasive laser sclerectomy for glaucoma therapy.
Time-resolved observations of shock waves and cavitation bubbles generated by femtosecond laser pulses in corneal tissue and water
Corneal multiphoton microscopy and intratissue optical nanosurgery by nanojoule femtosecond near-infrared pulsed lasers
Non-penetrating deep sclerectomy for glaucoma surgery using the femtosecond laser: a laboratory model.
Intraoperative corneal thickness measurement using optical coherence pachymetry and corneo-gage plus ultrasound pachymetry
Intratissue refractive index shaping (IRIS) of the cornea and lens using a low-pulse-energy femtosecond laser oscillator.
Targeted photoporation and transfection in human HepG2 cells by a fiber femtosecond laser at 1554 nm
Effects of dentin surface modifications treated with Er:YAG and Nd:YAG laser irradiation on fibroblast cell adhesion
Lowered threshold energy for femtosecond laser induced optical breakdown in a water based eye model by aberration correction with adaptive optics
Comparative study of nJ- and μJ-energy level femtosecond lasers: evaluation of flap adhesion strength, stromal bed quality, and tissue responses
Cell Imaging in CNS
Here is the latest research on cell imaging and imaging modalities, including light-sheet microscopy, in the central nervous system.