Skin Cancer

Patient 1

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2185 - Skin Cancer

This patient had skin cancer on her nose and after removal of the lesion, she had a wound greater than half to surface of her nose. A two-stage forehead flap procedure was used to reconstruct her nose. 1st Pre Op Photo: Red area showing center of a diffuse skin cancer requiring removal of grater than […]

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Patient 2

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #3578 - Skin Cancer

This gentleman is seen with skin cancer prior to Mohs excision. The patient is seen after Mohs excision with large cutaneous defect on ear. It is important the plastic surgeon be involved to obtain optimal reconstruction for unanticipated large resections. The patient is seen 3 months after his reconstruction. The appearance will improve for up […]

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Patient 3

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2082 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a skin graft on her nasal tip placed by a Mohs surgeon after cancer removal. She was unhappy with the aesthetic result and desired a more cosmetic reconstruction. A bilobed flap was used to achieve a more aesthetic result.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 4

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2088 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a basal cell carcinoma on his right ear. This required a wide excision enclosure with the local flap leaving and optimal aesthetic result.

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Patient 5

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2183 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a biopsy of a lesion that turned out to be a malignant skin cancer. Immediate total removal of all nasal skin was necessary to control the cancer. As a temporizing solution, a skin graft was placed on the nasal skin to allow the child to grow to an age where a definitive […]

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 6

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2092 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a large skin cancer removed from the upper portion of his fore head. The resulting defect was closed with a local tissue flap.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 7

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2098 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a skin tumor removed from the left cheek. A local flap was used to achieve an aesthetic reconstruction leaving minimal signs of the original defect.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 8

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2102 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a skin cancer removed down to the bone of the skull. A local flap was used to reconstruct the wound and his results can be seen three months after surgery.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 9

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2181 - Skin Cancer

This patient had a nasal defect after the lesion had been removed. A bilobed flap was used to achieve a more aesthetic result. 1st Pre Op Photo: After Mohs surgery to remove the cancer 2nd Post Op Photo: Six months after surgery 2nd Post Op Photo: One year after surgery

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 10

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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
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Skin Cancer
Case #2108 - Skin Cancer

The defect is seen after cancer removal. A local tissue flap was used to achieve an aesthetic reconstruction of the nose. 1st Pre Op Photo: A defect after cancer removal Post Op Photos: Six months after reconstruction

Individual results may vary.

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