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Electrocautery vs phenol for ingrown toenail surgery?

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Mar 29, 2014.

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    Comparison of effectiveness of electrocautery and phenol application in partial matricectomy after partial nail extraction in the treatment of ingrown nails
    Piotr Misiak/ Artur Terlecki / Beata Rzepkowska -Misiak / Szymon Wcisło / Marian Brocki
    Polish Journal of Surgery. Volume 86, Issue 2, Pages 89–93
     
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    THE COMPARISON OF ELECTROCAUTERY AND CURETTAGE OF THE NAILBED FOR THE TREATMENT OF INGROWN TOENAIL
    Mustafa Isik, Oguz Cebesoy, Mehmet Subasi, Burcin Karsli, Duran Topak, Fethi Bilgin
    Eastern Journal of Medicine Vol 19, No 3 (2014)
     
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    Partial Removal of Nail Matrix in the Treatment of Ingrown Nails
    Prospective Randomized Control Study Between Curettage and Electrocauterization

    Maru Kim et al
    International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds June 2015 vol. 14 no. 2 192-195
     
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    THE EFFECT OF CONTROLLED FLUX ELECTROLYZED ACID SOLUTION (SAEFC) PROTOCOL IN THE
    RECOVERY OF PHENOL TOTAL MATRICECTOMY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Alfonso Martínez Nova, et al
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