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by J.D. Regan


The Science of Photomedicine. The Photochemistry and Photobiology of Vitamin Da. 195. Responses of Wormal Skin to Utraviolet Radiation. 219. Photodermatoses.

The Science of Photomedicine. Although the history of photomedicine dates back thousands of years, with even preliterate cultures appreciating the healing properties of sunlight, for many workers in the discipline photomedicine is associated with the observation about 100 years ago of Niels Finsen, a Danish physician. 349. Photobiology of Carotenoid Protection. 397. BetaCarotene Therapy for Erythropoietic Protoporphyria. The Photochemistry and Photobiology of Vitamin D3. Finsen recognized that people with tuberculosis who lived in Norway and who had very little exposure to sunlight often developed facial lesions (lupus vulgaris) which would decrease and sometimes disappear during the summer months.

Photomedicine is an interdisciplinary branch of medicine that involves the study and application of light with respect to health and disease

Photomedicine is an interdisciplinary branch of medicine that involves the study and application of light with respect to health and disease.

Photobiological Sciences Online. Photobiology Societies. Molecular mechanism of UV damage and tumorigenesis. Photomedicine and PDT (photodynamic therapy) for treatment of cancer and other diseases. Photobiology and photodamage of the eye. · Photochemistry. Photoreceptor biology. New applications of photobiology in imaging, drug delivery, and medicine. Other topics related to the ASP mission.

Although the history of photomedicine dates back thousands of years, with even preliterate cultures appreciating the healing properties of sunlight, for many workers in the discipline photomedicine is associated with the observation about 100 years ago of Niels Finsen, a Danish physician.

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literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. in mutagenesis and carcinogenesis. The future is bright for photomedicine.

PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. More formal courses on photobiology are needed so that future photobiologists and photodermatologists will not have to be self-taught about the properties and action of light.

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Photomedicine is an interdisciplinary branch of medicine that involves the study and application of light with respect to health and disease.

Although the history of photomedicine dates back thousands of years, with even preliterate cultures appreciating the healing properties of sunlight, for many workers in the discipline photomedicine is associated with the observation about 100 years ago of Niels Finsen, a Danish physician. Finsen recognized that people with tuberculosis who lived in Norway and who had very little exposure to sunlight often developed facial lesions (lupus vulgaris) which would decrease and sometimes disappear during the summer months. This very observant physician reasoned that artificial light ought to produce the same effect as sunlight and began utilizing the radiation from the newly available carbon arc. At first, he used a glass lens to concentrate the radiation, but since this produced considerable burning, he replaced this with a hollow glass lens filled with water. However, while this reduced the heat burns, it did not actually duplicate the effect of direct sunlight. Finally, using a hollow lens filled with water but equipped with quartz windows, Finsen was able to imitate, even improve upon, the effect of sunlight. As a result, lupus vulgaris was practically eliminated from the Scandinavian countries.
The Science of Photomedicine (Photobiology) ebook
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J.D. Regan
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