Skin Cancer Photos - Case #2183

 

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 forehead flap could be performed. At three years of age the patient underwent a two stage forehead flap for total nasal reconstruction.

1st Pre Op Photo: Original lesion after biopsy
2nd and 3rd In Progress Photos: After skin graft
4th In Progress Photo: Between stage 1 and 2 of forehead flap
Post Op Photos: Final nasal reconstruction

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