COLLABORATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ON CORNEAL STRUCTURE.

Richard A. Farrell, C. Brent Bargeron, W. Richard Green, Russell L. McCally

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Abstract

The interplay between theory and experiment has led to the development of light scattering as a tool to probe the ultrastructure of the eye's cornea. This interplay has also yielded an explanation of infrared radiation damage to corneal cells. Epithelial, stromal, and endothelial damage are examined and the research is discussed in terms of thermal damage models. The results show that all corneal cells have similar sensitivities to temperature increases.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)65-79
Number of pages15
JournalJohns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory)
Volume4
Issue number2
StatePublished - Apr 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Radiation damage
Light scattering
damage
Infrared radiation
cornea
infrared radiation
cells
radiation damage
light scattering
Experiments
Temperature
probes
sensitivity
temperature
Hot Temperature

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  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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Farrell, R. A., Bargeron, C. B., Green, W. R., & McCally, R. L. (1983). COLLABORATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ON CORNEAL STRUCTURE. Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory), 4(2), 65-79.

COLLABORATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ON CORNEAL STRUCTURE. / Farrell, Richard A.; Bargeron, C. Brent; Green, W. Richard; McCally, Russell L.

In: Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory), Vol. 4, No. 2, 04.1983, p. 65-79.

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Farrell, RA, Bargeron, CB, Green, WR & McCally, RL 1983, 'COLLABORATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ON CORNEAL STRUCTURE.', Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory), vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 65-79.
Farrell, Richard A. ; Bargeron, C. Brent ; Green, W. Richard ; McCally, Russell L. / COLLABORATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ON CORNEAL STRUCTURE. In: Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory). 1983 ; Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 65-79.
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