PMID: 12072005Jun 20, 2002

Acquired scrotal lymphangiomas: successful treatment with cutting diathermy and carbon dioxide laser

Clinical and Experimental Dermatology
F AntonyC C Harland

Abstract

We report a case of unusually severe, scrotal lymphangiomas that have been treated successfully with the novel combination of cutting diathermy and carbon dioxide laser.

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Jul 1, 2006·Lymphatic Research and Biology·Linda J Treharne, Maxwell S C Murison
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Jan 1, 2009·The Libyan Journal of Medicine·Jk OlabanjiSa Ademola
May 10, 2003·Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine & Surgery

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