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Carbon dioxide laser therapy of recurrent squamous papilloma of the conjunctiva.

Ophthalmic Surgery 1982 November
Juvenile squamous papilloma of the conjunctiva may exhibit "malignant" behavior with multiple recurrences presenting difficulty in management. We have successfully treated a child with the carbon dioxide laser who had failed three previous surgical excisions, cryotherapy (twice), and chemotherapy. The carbon dioxide laser permits a precise form of tissue excision with minimal trauma, edema, and scarring, and offers a safe alternative approach to the management of these lesions.

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