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cat eye lid tumors co2 laser surgery

Treatment of eyelid tumors with a CO2 laser

By Gary D. Norsworthy, DVM, DABVP | December 2019

This case illustrates the advantages of the CO2 laser for ablation of eyelid tumors. In addition to avoiding damage to lid margins, operating time is less than five minutes.

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schultz puppy sheath

CO2 laser correction of closed sheath on puppy

By William E. Schultz, DVM | October 2019

By William E. Schultz, DVM For The Education Center Originally Published In Veterinary Practice News, October 2019 – Download as a PDF Overly aggressive licking of a puppy’s sheath by…

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laser distichia dog surgery

There’s something in his eye: CO2 surgical lasers for distichia

By Christopher J. Winkler, DVM, DABLS, VMLSO | September 2019

In this case study, Dr. Winkler uses a VetScalpel CO2 laser to remove two distichiae from an Old English sheepdog. The procedure is quick, precise, and often curative. It offers the patient immediate relief and with minimal inflammation, hemorrhage, and scarring.

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dog laser bladder surgery

Using CO2 laser cystotomy to remove urinary bladder polyps in a dog

By Jakub Kaczmarek, DVM | March 2019

Due to high vascularity, good visualization during a surgical procedure can be difficult. The CO2 laser provides very good and safe hemostasis during this type of procedure. Combined with other benefits (such as reduced inflammation and postoperative pain among others), the laser is a great tool, allowing both surgeon and patient to benefit.

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