Bibliography

Acne (Mild to Moderate Acne Vulgaris)


Lee SY, You CE and Park MY.
Blue and Red Light Combination LED Phototherapy for Acne Vulgaris in Patients with Skin Phototype IV.
Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2007; 39: 180-188

Tremblay JF, Sire DJ, Lowe NJ and Moy RL.
Light-emitting diode 415 nm in the treatment of Inflammatory acne.
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2006; 8: 31-33

Goldberg DJ and Russell BA.
Combination blue (415 nm) and red (633 nm) LED phototherapy in the treatment of mild to severe acne vulgaris.
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2006; 8: 71-75

Morton CA, Scholefield RD, Whitehurst C and Birch J.
An open study to determine the efficacy of blue light in the treatment of mild to moderate acne.
Journal of Dermatological Treatment. 2005; 16: 219-223

Skin Rejuvenation


Baez F and Reilly LR.
The use of light-emitting diode therapy in the treatment of photoaged skin.
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2007; 6: 189-194

Lee SY, et al.
A prospective, randomized, placebocontrolled, double-blinded, and split-face clinical study on LED phototherapy for skin rejuvenation: Clinical, profilometric, histologic, ultrastructural, and biochemical evaluations and comparison of three different treatment settings.
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B.2007; 88: 51-67

Bhat J, Birch J, Whitehurst C and Lanigan SW.
A Single-Blinded Randomized Controlled Study to Determine the Efficacy of Omnilux Revive Facial Treatment in Skin Rejuvenation.
Lasers in Science. 2005; 20: 6-10

Russell BA, Kellett N and Reilly LR.
A study to determine the efficacy of combination LED light therapy (830 nm and 633 nm) in facial skin rejuvenation.
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2005; 7: 196-200

Kim JW.
Clinical trial of Non thermal 633nm Omnilux LED array for renewal of Photoaging: Clinical Surface Profilometric Results.
Journal of the Korean society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 2005; 9: 69-76

Pain Attenuation (Minor Muscle and Joint Pain)


Baxter GD, Bleakley C, Glasgow P and Calderhead RG.
A near infrared LED-based rehabilitation system: Initial clinical experience.
Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.1: 29-36

Trelles MA and Calderhead RG.
Combined Infrared laser and LED therapy for post mastectomy pain and discomfort: A case report.
Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.1:41-45

Review and In-Vivo Studies (Basic Science)


Calderhead RG.
The Photobiological Basics Behind Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Phototherapy.
Laser Therapy. 2007; 16.2: 97-108

Takezaki S, Omi T, Sato S and Kawana S.
Light-emitting diode phototherapy at 630 +/- 3 nm increases local levels of skin-honing T-cells in human subjects.
Journal of Nippon Medical School. 2006; 73:75-81

Takezaki S, Omi T, Sato S and Kawana S.
Ultrastructural Observations Of Human Skin Following Irradiation With Visible Red Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs): A Preliminary In Vivo Report.
Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.4: 153-160

Calderhead RG.
Laser resurfacing today – not all photoscience is photothermal.
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2004; 2: 242-243 (Letter to the Editor)

Wound Healing


Calderhead RG, Kubota J, Trelles MA and Ohshiro T.
One mechanism behind LED phototherapy for wound healing and skin rejuvenation: key role of the mast cell.
Laser Therapy. 2008; 17.3: 141-148

Kim JW and Lee JO.
Low Level Laser Therapy and Phototherapy assisted Hydrogel dressing in Burn Wound Healing: Light Guided Epithelial Stem Cell Biomodulation.
In: Innovations in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery. Springer; 2008. p. 36-41

Trelles MA, Allones I and Mayo E.
Combined visible light and infrared light-emitting diode (LED) therapy enhances wound healing after laser ablative resurfacing of photodamaged facial skin.
Medical Laser Application. 2006; 21: 165-175

Trelles MA and Allones I.
Red light-emitting diode (LED) therapy accelerates wound healing post-blepharoplasty and periocular laser ablative resurfacing.
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2006; 8: 39-42

Trelles MA and Calderhead RG.
Red Light-Emitting Diode (LED) therapy-assisted healing improves results of Er:Yag laser ablation of plantar verrucae.
Laser Therapy. 2005; 14.4: 179-183

Kim JW, Lee JO and Calderhead RG.
The improvement of Hypertrophic Scar and Keloidal Scar by Combining Drilling Tiny Pinholes with Carbon Dioxide Laser and 830nm Omnilux PDT LED.
Journal of the Korean society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 2005; 9: 1-6

Kim JW, Lee JO, Calderhead RG, Rhee CG and Ahn WS.
Synergic Effect of Ablating Erbium Yag Laser Skin Resurfacing Combined with Non-Ablating Quasilaser Light 415nm, 633nm, 830nm LED Array in Asian Patients.
Journal of the Korean Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. 2005; 9: 15-23

ALA – PDT Rejuvenation


Lowe NJ and Lowe P1.
Pilot Study to determine the efficacy of ALAPDT photorejuvenation for the treatment of facial aging.
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2005; 7: 159-162

PDT for Dermatologic Indications


Babilas P, et al.
In vitro and in vivo comparison of two different light sources for topical photodynamic therapy.
British Journal of Dermatology. 2006; 154: 712-718.

Hutson S.
Comparison of Paterson PDT and LED Light Outputs.
Internal document of Photo Therapeutics Ltd. DES/Tech/0506. May 28, 2002

Morton CA, Whitehurst C, McColl JH, Moore JV and MacKie RM;
Photodynamic therapy for large or multiple patches of Bowen’s disease and basal cell carcinoma.
Archives of Dermatology. 2001; 137: 319-324

Morton CA.
Treating basal cell carcinoma: has photodynamic therapy come of age?.
British Journal of Dermatology. 2001; 145: 1-2 (editorial comment)

Haller JC, Cairnduff F, Slack G, Schofield J, Whitehurst C, Tunstall R, Brown SB and Roberts DJH.
Routine double treatments of superficial basal cell carcinomas using aminolaevulinic acid based photodynamic therapy.
British Journal of Dermatology. 2000; 143: 1270-1274

Morton CA, Whitehurst C, Moore JV and MacKie RM.
Comparison of red and green light in the treatment of Bowen’s disease by photodynamic therapy.
British Journal of Dermatology, 2000, 143, 767-772.

Gupta G, Morton CA, Whitehurst C, Moore JV and Mackie RM.
Photodynamic Therapy with meso-tetra (hydroxyphenyl) chlorin in the topical treatment of Bowen’s disease and basal cell carcinoma.
British Journal of Dermatology. 1999; 141: 385-386

Kirby B, Whitehurst C, Moore JV and Yates VM.
Treatment of penile lichen planus with photodynamic therapy.
British Journal of Dermatology.1999; 141: 765-766 (correspondence).

Morton CA, Whitehurst C, McColl JH, Moore JV and Mackie RM.
Photodynamic therapy for basal cell carcinoma – effect of tumor thickness and duration of
photosensitizer application on response.

Archives of Dermatology. 1998; 134: 248-249

Roberts F, Whitehurst C and Moore JV.
Comments on: Problems associated with the use of broad-band illumination sources for photodynamic therapy.
Physics in Medicine and Biology. 1996, 41, 1518-1521

Morton CA, Whitehurst C, Moseley H, McColl JH, Moore JV and Mackie RM.
Comparison of photodynamic therapy with cryotherapy in the treatment of Bowen’s disease.
British Journal of Dermatology. 1996; 135: 766-771

Roberts DJH and Cairnduff F.
Photodynamic therapy of primary skin cancer: a review.
British Journal of Plastic Surgery. 1995; 48: 360-370

Morton CA, Whitehurst C, Moseley H, Moore JV and MacKie RM.
Development of an alternative light source to lasers for photodynamic therapy: 3. Clinical evaluations in the treatment of pre-malignant nonmelanoma skin cancer.
Lasers in Medical Science. 1995; 10: 165-171

Whitehurst C, Humphries JD and Moore JV.
Development of an alternative light source to lasers for photodynamic therapy: 2. Comparative in vivo tumor response characteristics.
Lasers in Medical Science. 1995; 10: 121-126

Whitehurst C, Byrne K and Moore JV.
Development of an alternative light source to lasers for photodynamic therapy: 1. Comparative in vitro dose response characteristics.
Lasers in Medical Science. 1993; 8: 259-267

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