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Carbon dioxide laser matricectomy.

We have performed a total of 13 matricectomies in 9 patients utilizing the carbon dioxide laser. To date, there have been no complications and minimal morbidity from this technique. With follow-up ranging from 8 to 24 months, no patient has experienced regrowth of nail at the treated site. In conclusion, we believe that carbon dioxide laser ablation is an effective technique for performing nail matricectomy.

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