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Carbon dioxide laser excision and vaporization of nonplunging ranulas: a comparison of two treatment protocols.

A carbon dioxide laser in a defocused beam was used to vaporize four ranulas and four were treated by a combination of focused beam excision of the dome and vaporization of the wall and base. There was no recurrence in any patient at 6 months and no complications were noted.

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