[ley-zer-skohp] /ˈleɪ zərˌskoʊp/
a surgical instrument that employs a to destroy diseased tissue or to create small channels; used to open clogged arteries and, in ophthalmology, to treat patients with glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.
noun 1. a device on a firearm that uses a laser to pinpoint impact.
noun 1. the surgical use of lasers.
- Laser treatment
noun 1. any of various medical and surgical techniques using lasers, such as the removal of small growths
noun 1. a technique for adjusting a laser’s output frequency to within a specific range, especially in semiconductors.