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JAMA. 1983;250(11):1455-1456. doi:10.1001/jama.1983.03340110065039.
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Boergen KP, Birngruber R, Hillenkamp F:  Laser induced endovascular thrombosis as a possibility of selective vessel closure . Ophthalmic Res 1981;13:139-150.
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Leheta F, Gorisch W:  Coagulation of blood vessels by means of argon ion and Nd:YAG laser radiation , in Kaplan I (ed): Laser Surgery I . Jerusalem, Jerusalem Academic Press, 1976, pp 178-184.
Beck OJ, Wilske J, Schonberger JL, et al:  Tissue changes following application of lasers to the rabbit brain: Results with CO, and neodymium-YAG lasers . Neurosurg Rev 1979;1:31-36.
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Boggan JE, Edwards MSB, Davis RL:  Comparative neural tissue toxicity of argon and carbon dioxide lasers , in Atsumi EK, Nimsakul N (eds): Laser Tokyo 81 . Tokyo, Inter Group Corporation, 1981, vol 18, pp 11-12.
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