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- The socioeconomic effects of iliofemoral venous thrombosis.J Surg Res. 1977; 22: 483-487
- The biomedical effects of laser application.Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 1985; 5: 31-39
- The relationship between the number of capillaries in the skin of the venous ulcer bearing area of the lower leg and the fall in foot vein pressure during exercise.Br J Surg. 1981; 68: 297-300
- Effect of laser therapy on wound contraction and cellularity in mice.Lasers in Medical Science. 1986; 1: 125-130
- The effect of laser irradiation on wound healing and collagen synthesis.Studia Biophys. 1973; 5: 227-234
- Community venous ulcer clinics: A new approach to healing.Proc the Venous Forum, Autumn Meeting. 1988; 10
- He-Ne laser stimulation of human fibroblast proliferation and attachment in vitro.Lasers in the Life Sciences. 1986; 1: 125-134
England SM, Coppock JS, Struthers GR, Bacon PA. An observer blind trial of I.R. ceb mid-laser therapy in bicipital tendonitis and supraspinatus tendonitis. Proc Int Cong Laser in Medicine and Surgery, Bologna, 1985;413-414.
- Relief from chronic pain by low power laser irradiation.Neuroscience Letts. 1983; 43: 339-344
- Pericapillary fibrin in the ulcer-bearing skin of the leg: the cause of lipodermatosclerosis and venous ulceration.Br Med J. 1982; 285: 1071-1072
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