Rare gases find various applications in the medical industry. Helium is used in respiratory therapies and as a cooling agent in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines. Xenon is used as an anesthetic agent and in imaging techniques like xenon-enhanced computed tomography (CT). Argon is used in cryosurgery to freeze and destroy abnormal tissues. Additionally, rare gases like krypton and xenon are used in lasers for medical procedures such as retinal surgery and dermatology treatments. Their unique properties make rare gases valuable in several medical applications.