Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Temperature Measurements in Laser Irradiated Rabbit Eyes.
TEXAS UNIV AUSTIN ELECTRONICS RESEARCH CENTER
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Temperature sensors rugged enough to be inserted into the eye were fabricated and used to measure rise caused by a laser irradiation of the eye. Measurements from 12 eyes included temperature-time histories in the ocular fundus and spatial distributions of the temperature increases. A comparison was made between measured temperatures and temperatures predicted by a retinal temperature model. Author Modified Abstract