photodisruption

photodisruption

 [fo″to-dis-rup´shun]
disruption of tissues by laser-produced rapid ionization of molecules.
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The laser works by the mechanism of photodisruption in which there is formation of plasma which mechanically displaces and disrupts the surrounding tissue5.
reported Nd:YAG laser photodisruption of hemorrhagic detachment of the internal limiting membrane in 1989 and it has been used for Valsalva retinopathy since that report [3].
Choun-Ki, "Pupil-size alterations by photodisruption during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery," Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, vol.
The femtosecond laser has pulse duration of 10-15 and works on the principle of photodisruption that generates high-intensity electrical field by highly focussed and strong pulses.
After making the lenticule cut and sidecut and moving the patient under the surgical microscope, a blunt spatula was used to enter the area of anterior lamellar photodisruption and remove any residual material.
(15) Femtosecond lasers work by cutting tissues with a process of photodisruption, unlike argon (photocoagulation) and excimer (photoablation) lasers.
Further femtosecond laser techniques could function as a sub-micron optical lancet to achieve precise surgery of direct photodisruption on subcellular structures [2,3].
Nd: YAG laser photodisruption of Hemorrhagic Detachment of internal limiting Membrane.
The Nd:YAG laser has a pulse duration in the nanosecond range ([10.sup.-9] seconds) and causes photodisruption at its focal point, such as on the posterior capsule in the treatment of posterior capsular opacification (PCO).
Dr Jordaan then goes on to talk about photodisruption and optic double diffraction, but does not explain what these are, and when, how and why these are used.
Generation of calcium waves in living cells by pulsed-induced photodisruption. Appl.
Vitreous changes after neodymium - YAG laser photodisruption. Arch Ophthalmol 1986; 104: 592-7.