Recently, however, Huntley, Ill.-based Fryer Co. appears to have overcome these bothersome limitations by introducing a tunable ablation laser that features a fiber-optic delivery system. "The position of the microscope relative to the laser is completely irrelevant now," says Robert Nowak, Fryer's laser-systems product manager. "It has absolutely no effect on the unit's operation once the system is put together."
In addition, the equipment uses a dye cell that...
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