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Basal Cell Carcinoma Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A shave biopsy is obtained to rule out basal cell carcinoma as the diagnosis of this skin lesion. The pathology results were positive, meaning that this lesion is INDEED a basal cell carcinoma. The margins were not clear of tumor,

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Curettage and Cautery for Basal Cell Carcinoma | Auburn Medical Group

Basal celll carcinoma curettage and cautery is a minimally invasive treatment for a form of skin cancer. Our technique is uniquely using chemical cautery with silver nitrate (AgNO3) instead of electrocautery. The standard procedure is to use a curette to

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Basal Cell Cryotherapy Treatment | Auburn Medical Group

Basal cell carcinoma cryotherapy treatment is demonstrated on a patient who had an earlier shave biopsy which found superficail and nodular type basal cell carcinoma still present at the margins. Other options for treatment were presented to the patient, including

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Basal Cell Carcinoma | Auburn Medical Group

We do a shave biopsy on a patient’s face to confirm the presence of basal cell carcinoma, nodular type. There was cancer remaining on the edges of the sample. This area will be re-examined in the coming months. Any area

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Basal Cell Carcinoma Punch Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A basal cell carcinoma is confirmed by punch biopsy. A skin punch biopsy is accomplished by cutting the skin around a suspicious skin lesion with a circular razor and then cutting the base free fro the underlying subcutaneous tissue. This

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Nose Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A shave biopsy on the side of the nose is done to rule-out basal cell carcinoma. There are a number of options for treatment if basal cell carcinoma is discovered and the margins are not clear of the cancer. Here

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Basal Cell Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A large shave biopsy is performed on a patient’s arm to rule-out basal cell carcinoma. Johnny had a suspicious skin lesion which could very likely be a form of skin cancer. We have options for how to address suspicious lesions

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Skin Cancer SURGERY | Auburn Medical Group

A skin cancer previously biopsied to find both squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma is removed with a definitive elliptical excision. Rae’s Accomplishments: http://bit.ly/2f717f4 Sutures are removed in follow up after Rae’s excision for basal cell carcinoma and squamous

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Before and AFTER Basal Cell Carcinoma Biopsy on the EAR | Auburn Medical Group

Basal Cell Carcinoma was the diagnosis after a horn-like skin lesion removal from the ear by shave biopsy surgery in part one. Now we see how well the biopsy site healed and learn about the referral made to a Dermatologist

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Basal Cell Carcinoma Punch Biopsy

Basal Cell Carcinoma is biopsied with a punch biopsy instrument to confirm the diagnosis before deciding on treatment options. Both superficial and nodular type basal cell carcinoma were found to be present at the peripheral edge, but the deep margin

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