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Basal Cell Carcinoma

    

  • Griffiths RW (Northern Gen Hosp, Sheffield, England)

    Audit of Histologically Incompletely Excised Basal Cell Carcinomas: Recommendations for Management by Re-excision.

    Br.J.Plast Surg 52: 24-28, 1999

       

    – 30% are usually re-excised.

    – Medical records all patients were audited between 1988 to 1997 by 1 consultant.

        

    Largest reported series of re-excision after incomplete excision of Basal Cell Carcinoma. These excisions show residual tumor in almost all anatomical areas. With the exception of the inner canthus, periorbital lesions have a low probability of identification of residual tumour.

         



 

   

Speciality Spotlight

   

   
Surgery
   

 

Basal Cell Carcinoma
    

  • Griffiths RW (Northern Gen Hosp, Sheffield, England)
    Audit of Histologically Incompletely Excised Basal Cell Carcinomas: Recommendations for Management by Re-excision.
    Br.J.Plast Surg 52: 24-28, 1999
       
    – 30% are usually re-excised.
    – Medical records all patients were audited between 1988 to 1997 by 1 consultant.
        
    Largest reported series of re-excision after incomplete excision of Basal Cell Carcinoma. These excisions show residual tumor in almost all anatomical areas. With the exception of the inner canthus, periorbital lesions have a low probability of identification of residual tumour.
         

 

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