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Optomechanical tests of hydrated biological tissues subjected to laser shaping
A. I. Omel'chenko, È. N. Sobol'
Institute on Laser and Information Technologies, Russian Academy of Scienses, Troitsk
The mechanical properties of a matrix are studied upon changing the size and shape of biological tissues during dehydration caused by weak laser-induced heating. The cartilage deformation, dehydration dynamics, and hydraulic conductivity are measured upon laser heating. The hydrated state and the shape of samples of separated fascias and cartilaginous tissues were controlled by using computer-aided processing of tissue images in polarised light.
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Quantum Electronics, 2008, 38:3, 269–272
A. I. Omel'chenko, È. N. Sobol', “Optomechanical tests of hydrated biological tissues subjected to laser shaping”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 38:3 (2008), 269–272 [Quantum Electron., 38:3 (2008), 269–272]
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