1993
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.129.8.979
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Skin graft take and healing following 193-nm excimer, continuous-wave carbon dioxide (CO2), pulsed CO2, or pulsed holmium: YAG laser ablation of the graft bed

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“…The adverse effects of excessive thermal damage occurring as a consequence of thermal diffusion in treated tissue are well known. These include slow wound healing and an increased risk of scarring 1–4 . Recent papers that have challenged the wisdom of using the CO 2 laser for excision of benign laryngeal lesions, 5 or treatment of molluscum contagiosum, 6 have shown the CO 2 laser to be awkward and imprecise in removing burn eschar 7 and have suggested tissue precooling to reduce thermal damage induced in the course of laser surgery 8 …”
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“…The adverse effects of excessive thermal damage occurring as a consequence of thermal diffusion in treated tissue are well known. These include slow wound healing and an increased risk of scarring 1–4 . Recent papers that have challenged the wisdom of using the CO 2 laser for excision of benign laryngeal lesions, 5 or treatment of molluscum contagiosum, 6 have shown the CO 2 laser to be awkward and imprecise in removing burn eschar 7 and have suggested tissue precooling to reduce thermal damage induced in the course of laser surgery 8 …”
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confidence: 99%