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laser Infundibular keratinizing removal

Excise keratoacanthomas with CO2 laser

By Andrea Cannon, DVM | November 2016

Surgical excision using a scalpel is not practical as it requires longer anesthesia, wide excisions and sutures. Learn how an Aesculight CO2 laser may be used to excise numerous infundibular keratinizing acanthomas.

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laser gingival enlargement

Use CO2 laser on gingival enlargement

By Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, DABVP, and Elizabeth McMorran, DMV | October 2016

Laser gingivectomy allows precise removal of excess tissue and simultaneous hemostasis with less discomfort compared to use of a scalpel.

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trichoblastoma laser excision

Use CO2 laser to excise trichoblastoma

By Christopher Winkler, DVM, DABLS | August 2016

The laser offered excellent hemostasis, and complete excision went without complication or damage to the underlying vessels. The removal of the mass was expected to be curative.

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Cat Laser Surgery

CO2 laser can treat many feline ailments

By Gary D. Norsworthy, DVM, Dipl. ABVP | July 2016

See several examples of how CO2 lasers are used in cat surgeries. Examples include: lesions in difficult places, stenotic nares, entropion, and ceruminous gland adenomas.

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co2 laser paraphimosis

How to use CO2 laser for paraphimosis

By William E. Schultz, DVM | May 2016

The CO2 laser provides control of intraoperative hemorrhage, which preserves good visibility of the operatory field which is crucial in urogenital surgery due to the rich vascularization of the area.

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acral lick granulomas

Using CO2 laser on acral lick granulomas

By Ray Arza, DVM | April 2016

A CO2 laser provides precise control, less trauma to tissue, virtually no bleeding intraoperatively, and laser energy effectively kills bacteria at the surgical site, thus reducing the risk of infection.

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