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CO2 laser microsurgeries in treatment of larynx pathological changes
Author(s): Jan Kus; Antoni Osmolski; Marzena Kubiczek-Jagielska; Zofia Frenkiel; Katarzyna Milczarek
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Paper Abstract

The results of the laser microsurgical treatment of the 273 patients with different pathological changes in the larynx are presented in the paper. In this number are included cases with tumors (80), precancers (40), papillomatosis (17), and stenosis of the larynx (71). Patients were treated with carbon-dioxide surgical laser with the laser beam power ranging from 12 to 28 watts depending on the pathology and its advance. Positive results of the treatment were observed in 73% to 100% of cases in different groups of patients. The authors suggest that in some cases the carbon-dioxide laser is only an alternative tool but in many cases, e.g., in papillomatosis, it is much better than traditional equipment. There are also cases such as hemangioma where the laser is an unreplaceable surgical technique.

Paper Details

Date Published: 27 March 1996
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 2781, Lasers in Medicine, (27 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.236823
Show Author Affiliations
Jan Kus, Medical Ctr. of Postgraduate Education (Poland)
Antoni Osmolski, Medical Ctr. of Postgraduate Education (Poland)
Marzena Kubiczek-Jagielska, Medical Ctr. of Postgraduate Education (Poland)
Zofia Frenkiel, Medical Ctr. of Postgraduate Education (Poland)
Katarzyna Milczarek, Medical Ctr. of Postgraduate Education (Poland)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2781:
Lasers in Medicine
Tadeusz Kecik; Wlodzimierz Nowakowski, Editor(s)

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