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Rapidly Changing Lesion Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

This was a live stream on YouTube of an evaluation and biopsy of a rapidly changing skin lesion. The pathology found it to be a benign growth. No further treatment is necessary. This video originally aired live. Dr. Vaughan responds

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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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Cheek Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A shave biopsy of the cheek is a relatively convenient way to get a sample of skin lesion for analysis by pathology to determine the presence of absence of skin cancer in suspicious skin lesion. The shave does not pass

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Forearm Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A shave biopsy is done on this forearm skin lesion to determine if it a skin cancer. It will require further treatment if it is a skin cancer and there is remaining cancer present at the margins of the biopsy

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Neurofibroma Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A neurofibroma is removed with a shave biopsy because of its recent change in behavior. It had been becoming irritated with a car seat belt. Biopsy is performed to rule out changes due to cancerous growth. The pathology found that

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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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Doctors Consult Each Other on a Squamous Cell Carcinoma | Auburn Medical Group

Dr. Mark Vaughan consults with Dr. Gawayne Vaughan regarding options for treatment of a possible squamous cell carcinoma on a patient’s hand. They agree that a shave biopsy would be the best course of action for the patient. This way

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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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Nose Shave Biopsy Results in a Brown Noser | Auburn Medical Group

This shave biopsy skin biopsy of a nose tip results in making our patient a literal brown noser. The biopsy of the nose tip lesion is done to obtain a lesion for evaluation of possible diagnosis of cancer. Hopefully the

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Great Great Grandma Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

This shave biopsy is done to rule-out squamous cell carcinoma. It may be a keratoacanthoma which is recommended to be removed because of risk of progressing to become squamous cell carcinoma. Cryotherapy was also done with liquid nitrogen to destroy

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