- pulsed dye laser
- a dye laser in which excitation of the dye by pulses of intense light from a flashlamp produces a beam in the yellow visible light spectrum with a wavelength of 577 or 585 nm, with alternating on and off phases of a few microseconds each; used to decolorize pigmented lesions.
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