Effect of wavelength and beam width on penetration …

The wavelength of a therapeutic source therefore has a double importance, namely to ensure absorption of the incident photons in the target chromophores and to be able to do so at the depths at which these chromophores exist. The waveband in which the wavelength of the incident photons is located determines not only which part of the cell is the target but also the primary photo action. Wavelength is thus probably the single most important consideration in phototherapy, because without absorption, there can be no reaction.

Effect of Wavelength and Beam Width on Penetration


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