Pulsed liquid microjet in development
This article was originally published in Clinica
A US team has developed a device that uses small pulses of liquid to cut into soft tissue. The pulsed liquid microjet may provide a less expensive alternative to current pulsed laser techniques, say researchers from Stanford University in California. It could also reduce the collateral tissue damage associated with lasers, they add.
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