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EXCISION OF LARGE SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA - DR. TANVEER JANJUA - NEW JERSEY
 
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This video is an excision of a large squamous cell carcinoma by Dr. Tanveer Janjua, a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. The video documents the entire surgery, with some parts sped up for time. Once the carcinoma is removed, Dr. Janjua uses an OASIS skin graft for reconstruction of the exposed scalp bone. There are before and after images of the patient. For more information, visit Dr. Tanveer Janjua's website: http://www.janjuafacialsurgery.com Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/DrTanveerJanjua
Views: 44855 janjuafacialsurgery
Skin Cancer Surgery - Basal Cell Carcinoma Excision on the Leg
 
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How to find us: Worthing Skin Clinic: www.laserandskinclinics.co.uk Brighton Laser Clinic: www.brightonlaserclinic.co.uk Hove Skin Clinic: www.hoveskinclinic.co.uk
Views: 16831 Laser & Skin Clinics
Face skin cancer removal surgery | Severe skin cancer removal surgery step by step
 
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step by step face skin cancer removal surgery
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How to spot skin cancers
 
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Instagram- new videos on scar revision weekly https://www.instagram.com/drdavinlim/ Lasers and Lifts – website to be released in December 2016 http://www.lasersandlifts.com.au Realself reviews: http://www.realself.com/find/Australi... Google + for up to date info. Posted daily.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1139391... DVA skin cancer management  There are many types of skin cancers including BCCs or basal cell cancers, SCC or squamous cell cancers as well as melanomas. Todays review is on Bowen disease or Intraepidermal Squamous Cell Carcinoma. This is a common non-invasive cancer of the skin affecting the epidermal layers of skin. IECs most frequently occur on sun-exposed areas and present as red, scaly and persistent patches. IECs may arise de-novo, or from lesions of solar keratosis. If left untreated, Bowen disease may progress to an invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma. This is one of the most common skin cancers I see in DVA or Department of Defence patients in Australia, and is due to the high UV radiation we have in cities like Brisbane.  Clinical Features Bowen disease most frequently presents as a persistent red scaly patch that slow grows over time. The most commonly affect areas include the legs, arms, and face- areas of sun exposure. Bowen disease or IECs can also affect the lips, oral mucosa, or even genital areas. As Bowen Disease is asymptomatic there is often a delay in the diagnosis, as it may mimic conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis, tinea, and sun-spots.  Associations Most cases of Bowen disease arise from sun-damaged skin, including areas of actinic keratosis. The most common associations include- UV radiation. This plays a major contributing factor in the development of IECs. Immunosuppression. Patients on certain immunosuppressive medications are more likely to develop IECs.  Arsenic exposure. This was a common cause of Bowen Disease in the past, as arsenic was frequently used in medicines during the 60s and 70s including Bells Asthma Mixture, sheep dip, and as pesticides. Arsenic induced IECs-Bowen disease is a rare event today, as occupational safety has increased. A time lag of 10-20 years is seen between exposure and cancer.  Human Papilloma virus infections. Other associations include genetic diseases, radiotherapy and skin lesions such as porokeratosis, and solar keratosis. Investigations Bowen’s Disease can be suspected clinically, however in the majority of cases, a biopsy should be performed to confirm the diagnosis.  Treatment  There are multiple ways to manage Bowens/IECs. Treatment modalities will depend on the location and size of the cancer, the number of lesions, the degree of functional impairment.  Each modality has both advantages and disadvantages.  Cryotherapy or liquid nitrogen  Liquid nitrogen can be an excellent method of treating IECs. Most cases will require a double –freeze cycle of cryotherapy. This treatment is not recommended for IECs below the knee, as poor healing may occur.  Creams  Imiquimod, or 5-fluorouracil are effective in the treatment of Bowen disease. Clinical studies have shown cure rates approaching 80-90%. Treatment appears to be most successful when these creams are applied for 6-16 weeks.   Curettage and Electrocautery When small patches of IECs are present they may be treated via curettage and cautery. A local anaesthetic is given prior to the procedure to prevent pain and discomfort.  Photodynamic therapy  Photodynamic therapy or PDT can be an excellent non-surgical method of treating skin cancers such as Bowen’s/ IEC’s. PDT uses  a photosensitive cream called 5-aminolevulinic acid or methyl aminolevulinate, that is applied to the skin cancer. The cancerous cells of Bowens/ IEC take up this chemical over a period of 3 hours. A low-level laser light then activates the chemical, and destroys the skin cancer cells. Patients will require two treatments spaced a week or two apart. DVA or the Department of Veteran Affairs in Brisbane, covers PDT for both sunspots on the face and also IECs on all areas. PDT can also be used for multiple or large IECs. The benefit of PDT is that it selectively targets neoplastic cells without affecting the surrounding epidermis. This results in improved cosmetic outcomes, and faster healing times.  Surgery  Surgery is the ideal method of treating IECs in certain areas including recurrent IEC or ones that dwell in hair follicles. Surgery has the highest cure rate for Bowens/ IECs. For the majority of patients, especially DVA patients in Australia, non surgical methods, including the use of photodynamic therapy, is the future. Dr Davin Lim, Dermatologist. Brisbane Australia.  Recommended pimple popping video for the week below A Goldmine of Blackheads and Whitehead Extractions in a man with a history of skin cancers- by Dr. Sandra Lee (aka Dr.Pimple Popper) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4daKOqHkDbU Dear 16 -year-old Me by DCMFCanada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4jgUcxMezM
Views: 30254 Dr Davin Lim
Mohs Surgery on the nose: Part 1 of 2, Taking Mohs Layers
 
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Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery is a specialized technique, designed to remove skin cancers, most commonly basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, removing as little normal tissue as possible with the lowest rate of reoccurrence. We most commonly use this technique on the face, since we want to remove as little normal tissue as possible, so that the resulting scar will potentially be small as possible. In Part I, I show how I take Mohs layers, removing skin cancer and actually looking at the tissue and checking all the edges for any skin cancer under the microscope, while the patient waits. When I determine that the margins of the tissue are free of skin cancer, then I can repair the defect. Part 2 shows me repairing the defect created on the right side of my patient's nose, using an advancement flap. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Skin cancer types treatment: melanoma basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma
 
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skin cancer types symptoms signs treatments and melanoma prevention from Miami Beach Skin Center for Cosmetic Dermatology. Learn what basal call carcinoma squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma look like and how skin cancers are treated with Moh's surgery.
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Melanoma Removal - GRAPHIC [DermTV Epi #467]
 
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GRAPHIC IMAGES. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz walks you through an actual melanoma removal. While skin cancer is preventable and even treatable, let this video be the best reason youapos;ve ever seen to every day, rain or shine, wear sunscreen. Subscribe to DermTV: http://www.youtube.com/dermtvdotcom http://DermTV.com Connect with DermTV: http://www.facebook.com/dermtv http://www.twitter.com/dermtv [ABOUT DERMTV] Everyone can have beautiful, healthy, and younger looking skin, and DermTV, the Internet's daily skincare video show, will demonstrate how by revealing expert tips and techniques and by providing real solutions for real skincare issues. Skincare (whether cosmetic or medical) previously required a trip to your dermatologist or a shopping spree at the pharmacy. And that's if you have a trusted nearby dermatologist or a local informed pharmacy. But not anymore. We at DermTV are committed to making best-in-class dermatology and skincare guidance accessible to everyone, anytime, at your computer. Every weekday, our host, Dr. Neal Schultz, one of New York's most trusted and respected dermatologists, teaches skincare's most timely and timeless issues. Topics include: the best at home techniques and new technology for facial rejuvenation, preventing and fixing sun damage from wrinkles to skin cancer, breaking news in dermatology, general skincare topics, and more.
Views: 405292 dermTVdotcom
Facial Skin Cancer Surgery
 
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Views: 2238 Ellman Rus
Mohs Surgery - Watch Basil Cell Carcinoma Skin Cancer Get Removed [GRAPHIC]
 
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Basil Cell Carcinoma is the most frequently occurring skin cancer. Mohs surgery is the most effective procedure to remove BCC and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. This video documents the surgery from the beginning to the end with stitches. There are over 4 million cases of Basil Cell Carcinoma diagnosed every year. It's caused by sun exposure and indoor tanning beds. This procedure was performed by Jane Dy Lim, MD with Deaconess Health System in Evansville, IN.
Views: 5022 My 105.3 WJLT
Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) Removal
 
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WARNING: this video is intended for medical professionals and medical students. It contains footage of a minor surgical procedure. This video shows and describes the removal of a basal cell carcinoma (or basal cell epithelioma) via curettage and electrocautery.
Views: 90381 flydochc
Healing Scar On My Nose - Skin Cancer Operation
 
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Twelve months in the life of a skin cancer operation. Removed using MOHS surgery at Salford Royal. This basal cell carcinoma can be seen before, during and after removal, showing the gradual healing process on my nose over a period of one year. Music; Healing Scar by Jack Alston Slater and Wan Ying Chan Video can also be viewed at; www.betterhealthadvice.com/health-news/
Views: 12147 Val Kyrie
Basal Cell Carcinoma Removal (Skin Cancer) Time Lapse Treatment, no surgery
 
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http://www.BasalCellCarcinoma.info A *NEW* time lapse video of the removal treatment for my basal cell carcinoma skin cancer. 73 days of treatment in about 30 seconds! with no surgery
Views: 2226 thx1138ga
My Basal Cell Carcinoma Skin Cancer diagnosis and after Moh's Surgery Vlog | William Michael
 
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This is the hardest video I've ever done and will hopefully ever have to do. In this video I talk about being diagnosed with Basal Cell Carcinoma Skin Cancer, having the Moh's Surgery, and how I'm dealing with everything. I want to use my experience to push myself further and to help those dealing with skin cancer themselves. As I get more informed on this, I hope to bring you with me on this very scary journey we all need to be concerned with. XOXO, W.M. FOLLOW ME 👁Instagram 🖤thewilliammichael 🐧Twitter 🖤hausofwood 👻Snapchat 🖤hausofwood Hashtag🖤 #williammichael
Views: 313 William Michael
New skin cancer procedure destroys cancerous cells without damaging skin
 
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Skin cancer removal system allows patients to get treatment without cutting.
Skin cancer surgery: Double Advancement Flap on upper lip
 
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This patient had Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer on his upper lip. Although at this size, this type of skin cancer is not life threatening, however, it is locally destructive, so needs to be removed, and Mohs Surgery is the ideal technique that removes as little as skin as possible, leaving as small a possible secondary defect (wound), and therefore, likely the smallest scar possible. Due to the location of the wound (area of skin removed after Mohs surgery), I opted to create a double advancement flap, a type of flap that advances tissue from two different directions, and hides the scar well within natural creases in the face (in this case, the junction between the nasal ala and the upper lip and cheek). This avoids creating pulling of the tissue in noticeable ways, such as avoiding pulling up of the corner of his right lip, or distorting the shape of the right side of his nose. This is a procedure done in the office under local anesthesia, and is something I do at least a couple days a week. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Large Skin Cancer Removed From Scalp - Dr. Ali
 
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Dr. Ali removes a large skin cancer from the scalp of a patient.
Treating Skin Cancer with Mohs surgery: Part 1, "Taking a layer", Filmed with GoPro
 
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This is my patient who has a biopsy proven squamous cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer, on her left anterior shin. Due to the size of the lesion, I'm using the Mohs micrographic surgery technique to remove this skin cancer Mohs surgery is a method of removing skin cancers, taking as little normal skin as possible and actually checking the tissue removed for skin cancer while the patient waits. If the tissue removed still has positive skin cancer margins, I've made a map of how the skin cancer was removed, and I can go back specifically to wherever there may still be skin cancer and remove a little more from that specific area. Therefore, this has the highest success rate, probably close to 98% success rate, taking as little skin as possible, therefore leaving the resulting scar as small as possible. This technique is most commonly used on the face and neck, but we do use it on the extremities in areas where the skin is "tight" and the lesion is large (greater than 1 cm), because if the wound is large in this area, it can be very difficult to suture the area up successfully. This skin cancer cleared after taking only one layer - i.e., I didn't have to go back and remove more skin a second time. See Part 2, when I suture the wound up after I've confirmed the surgical margins were negative. Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Dermatology: Surgical repair after removal of skin cancer on forehead
 
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This patient had Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer, from the area on his right forehead. He is a lovely man, a World War II veteran and a gentleman, and allowed me to film this surgical closure as well as remove a cyst on his left forehead. I apologize in advance for the quick and shaky video - I was using my GoPro to record this video Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Skin cancer excision
 
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Excisional skin surgery is straight forward. It is performed under local anesthesia, and rarely involve major blood loss . The skin cancer is excised with a 2mm to 5mm of normal skin around the tumour to ensure complete removal. The excision is carried down to the muscles in some areas. Stitching is done with internal absorbable sutures and finish off with top stitches. Stiches are removed at 7 to 14 days.. After care is simple Just wash down the wound with clean water or saline and then apply vasaline.
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Misdiagnosed Skin Cancer Warning
 
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Anyone with a bump on their nose needs to watch this; One man's journey with Basal Cell Skin Cancer on his nose, misdiagnosed basal cell carcinoma, reconstruction or plastic surgery to rebuild his nose. Warning: this video is gruesome.
Views: 29795 BCSpiritBear
New Procedure May Be Effective for Treating Skin Cancer
 
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The cutting-edge procedure may treat certain cases with no surgery necessary.
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Giant Skin Cancer Removal on the Forehead with Mohs Surgery, Part 1 of 2, Taking Mohs Layers
 
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Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a specialized, highly effective skin cancer treatment that will completely remove the skin cancer. The procedure was developed in the 1930s by Dr. Frederic Mohs at the University of Wisconsin, and is now practiced throughout the world. Dr. Timothy Jochen is one of the top Mohs surgeons in the United States.
Views: 3388 ContourDermatology
Basal and Squamous Cell Skin Cancers: Treatment including Mohs Surgery Video - Brigham and Women’s
 
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Chrysalyne D. Schmults, MD, MSCE, Director, Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Director, High-Risk Skin Cancer Clinic at Dana Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center discusses the prevalence of non-melanoma (basal cell and squamous cell) skin cancer and treatment options for patients, including Mohs surgery. Mohs surgery, a form of skin cancer removal in which the borders are examined by the surgeon microscopically while the patient waits, boasts a remarkable 99% cure rate for most basal and squamous cell skin cancers as well as a high cure rate for other rare forms of skin cancer. Since very little normal tissue is removed during the treatment, our surgeons are able to reconstruct most wounds with excellent cosmetic results. When surgical removal is not necessary, our Center also offers cream and other topical treatments for superficial skin cancers. Our Mohs Dermatologic Surgery Center located at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital offers highly specialized outpatient treatment of skin cancer with excellent outcomes. Learn more at: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/
Mayo Clinic Minute: How Mohs surgery is used to fight skin cancer
 
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Mohs surgery is used to treat the most common skin cancers, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, as well as some kinds of melanoma. It’s especially useful for skin cancers located in areas where it’s important to preserve as much healthy skin as possible, such as around the eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Jeff Olsen reports. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/
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Skin Cancer at 23 | Surviving Melanoma | Surgery & Skin Graft
 
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This video is made to provide information about my personal experience with Melanoma. All thoughts are opinions. I understand that each experience is different. I am not a doctor nor am I intending to give medical advice. I hope to encourage anyone going thru this experience to have comfort in knowledge and in recovery. I hope to encourage people to see a dermatologist yearly and to protect their skin ❤❤❤ ***Video may contain uncomfortable or unpleasant details and photos. *** Cancer Removal and Skin Graft Scars https://youtu.be/sy3oEPfR-rQ Follow me! Facebook http://lm.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Ffb.me%2FAshLovesCoupons&h=ATNmpGx7A_rr63drJu0Z4i-KjYepbTrah-4dU4qBlklY92gA9_7dxQVfefmnJoOupgYYMuxalFDiECWGJdfSYx7I3EJkfbPLqyAG8NINy3A2Iv-4vqo8yi0z68HAwrs9p9pd89pn1I1Rlydsa967Jw&s=1 Twitter @ashlovescoupons Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ashlovescoupons/ Pinterest http://pin.it/iKokmry For Business Inquiries or Collaborations Email Ashlovescoupons@yahoo.com
Views: 2749 Ash Loves Life
Woman Who Had Skin Cancer Given New Nose Using Flesh From Her Scalp- Bree Towner
 
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Bree Towner, 28, from Edwardsville, Illinois, was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma in 2015. She underwent a series of surgeries, including a drastic operation which shaved off the end of her nose. Towner was left with scars, which she claims left her on the brink of suicide. The trainee teacher has since conquered cancer and was given the all-clear by doctors in March after going under the knife three times and given almost 100 stitches. She now has a brand new nose, expertly crafted using the flesh from her scalp. Suspicious about her symptoms back in 2013, she alerted doctors after a strange spot appeared on her nose, which led to a scrape biopsy. Although tests for cancer initially came back negative, just seven months later the spot had ballooned in size. In January, she was handed the devastating news that she had infiltrative basal cell carcinoma. "The most difficult aspect is the damage done to my self-esteem. I had dealt with minor bouts of self-esteem issues, depression, and anxiety before my diagnosis from just the stress of life." Towner said. "But after surgery I was suicidal. I never attempted it, but the thoughts were there daily between February and July" "Throughout the process, while being in public, I’ve seen many people staring out of either rudeness or curiosity, which was a major part of the mental health issues." Ms Towner was handed the all-clear after the operation and she went under the knife again on April 9 to remove her overlying nose, dubbed her ‘arch’. She still faces the threat that her ‘nose flap’ will reject her new nose as she undergoes further surgery to reduce the size of her nose as well as adjustments to placement of her eyebrows. _________________________________________ Androids Always Escape by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/honor/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
Views: 14190 nollygrio
Mohs Micrographic Surgery: Smaller Scars, High Cure Rate
 
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Mohs Micrographic surgery is a highly specialized procedure used to remove skin cancers from the face, head, neck, and shins and for removing larger tumors on the abdomen, legs or arms. Mohs surgery is offered at three Dartmouth-Hitchcock clinics: at the Heater Road facility in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and in the Manchester and Keene New Hampshire clinics. Dartmouth-Hitchcock is a national leader in patient-centered health care and building a sustainable health system. Founded in 1893, the system includes New Hampshire's only Level 1 trauma center and its only air ambulance service, as well as the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 41 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation, and the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, the state's only Children's Hospital Association-approved, comprehensive, full-service children's hospital. As an academic medical center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock provides access to nearly 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine, as well as world-class research at the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Learn more at http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/. Produced by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Video Production Services
Views: 32724 Dartmouth-Hitchcock
EXCISION OF BASAL-CELL CARCINOMA OF THE LIP - DR. TANVEER JANJUA - NEW JERSEY
 
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This video is an excision of a Basal-cell Carcinoma of the lip performed by Dr. Tanveer Janjua, a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. We meet the patient before surgery, see the entire procedure, and then before & after pictures are shown. This video contains graphic surgical imagery and should only be viewed by medical professionals and/or students. For more on Lip Procedures: http://janjuafacialsurgery.com/services/ Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/DrTanveerJanjua REALSELF: http://www.realself.com/find/New-Jersey/Bedminster/Facial-Plastic-Surgeon/Tanveer-Janjua
Views: 7805 janjuafacialsurgery
Basal Cell Skin Cancer on the Scalp - Surgical Excision
 
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At Dermatology & Skin Care Associates we offer the highest standard of patient care by board-ceritifed dermatologists. Our providers are exceptionally skilled and trained to provide YOU with the best possible treatment in the most comfortable and friendly manner possible. Come visit us at our clinic in Mason, Ohio, or explore our website at https://dermatologyandskincare.com.
Mohs Surgery Skin Cancer
 
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Mohs Surgery Skin Cancer
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My Scars after Skin Cancer Surgery- UPDATE
 
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***This video contains photos of my scars 6 1/2 years after surgery to remove stage 2 Melanoma and skin graft. Photos are to see motivate, inform others, and encourage you to see your dermatologist for yearly checkups and protect your skin! Full Skin Cancer Story https://youtu.be/Qm3b5RSq3MM Follow me! Facebook http://lm.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Ffb.me%2FAshLovesCoupons&h=ATNmpGx7A_rr63drJu0Z4i-KjYepbTrah-4dU4qBlklY92gA9_7dxQVfefmnJoOupgYYMuxalFDiECWGJdfSYx7I3EJkfbPLqyAG8NINy3A2Iv-4vqo8yi0z68HAwrs9p9pd89pn1I1Rlydsa967Jw&s=1 Twitter @ashlovescoupons Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ashlovescoupons/ Pinterest http://pin.it/iKokmry For Business Inquiries or Collaborations Email Ashlovescoupons@yahoo.com
Views: 836 Ash Loves Life
Excision of a skin cancer, a keratoacanthoma, filmed with my GoPro
 
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This lovely patient of mine had a biopsy proven keratoacanthoma, which is a form of a type of skin cancer called a squamous cell carcinoma. These are usually quick growing skin cancer that most commonly occurs on sun exposed skin. They grow up quickly and often have a central scab - they look a lot like a miniature volcano of skin that erupts in a short time. Since these grow large quickly, these are often a source of major concern for a patient, but the good new is, that when a keratacanthoma is this size, it is not likely life threatening. However, it needs to be removed completely, because it is locally destructive to the skin. Although you can't see much before we remove the skin cancer, this patient did have a small eruptive growth on her forearm, which we biopsied a few weeks prior to confirm the diagnosis. We scheduled a return appointment to excise the skin around the area to ensure that the skin cancer doesn't reoccur. She is so sweet to allow us to film this procedure, so that people in a similar predicament know what to expect. Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Skin Cancer Laser Treatment
 
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Excision Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Nose and Bilobe Flap Reconstruction - New Jersey
 
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This video demonstrates the technique of excision of a basal cell carcinoma of the nose, frozen section control of the margins and reconstruction of the defect with a local bilobed flap. Dr. Janjua is a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. My gratitude is expressed to Dr. Shan Baker. His book on reconstruction gives one of the best descriptions on how to design this flap on the nose. This procedure ensures complete removal of the skin cancer and an aesthetically pleasing result. As a patient the diagnosis of skin cancer on your face can be a scary thought. This video can reassure the patients that eventual result looks very good and does not take away the beauty of a face. For more information, visit Dr. Tanveer Janjua's website: http://www.janjuafacialsurgery.com Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery
Views: 143148 janjuafacialsurgery
EXCISION OF BASAL CELL CARCINOMA - DR. TANVEER JANJUA - NEW JERSEY
 
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Basal cell carcinoma is the most common skin cancer on the face. Surgical excision is usually curative. This excision is performed by Dr. Tanveer Janjua, a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. Proper technique of excision and reconstruction can reduce the resultant aesthetic deformity. This patient of Dr. Tanveer Janjua was nice enough to be on camera for this video. For more information, visit Dr. Tanveer Janjua's website: http://www.janjuafacialsurgery.com Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery
Views: 39391 janjuafacialsurgery
Skin Cancer Pictures Before And After Basal Cell Surgery with Mohs
 
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Mohs Surgery Procedure Demonstrated
 
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Mohs Surgery Procedure Demonstrated
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Mohs Surgery for Skin Cancer
 
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Mohs Surgery is a specialized procedure for removing certain types of skin cancer. Mohs surgery offers the highest cure rate available for skin cancer with visualization of the entire margin of excision. There is a very low chance (less than 1%) that your skin cancer will recur after Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Learn more about the Mohs Surgery procedure for treating skin cancer visiting: http://www.apexskin.com/mohs-micrographic-surgery 00:07 - What is Mohs Surgery? 00:28 - What to expect during a Mohs Surgery treatment for skin cancer 01:10 - What makes Mohs Surgery the preferred treatment for removing skin cancer? 01:37 - What can patients expect after a Mohs Surgery procedure? Share this video: https://youtu.be/y-ibN7pFIUE Subscribe to the Apex Dermatology YouTube Channel - https://goo.gl/6djXJj
Skin cancer surgery to remove a Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) on the leg
 
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How to find us: Worthing Skin Clinic: www.laserandskinclinics.co.uk Brighton Laser Clinic: www.brightonlaserclinic.co.uk Hove Skin Clinic: www.hoveskinclinic.co.uk
Skin cancer-treatment with chemotherapy & surgery for skin cancer| symptoms & types of this cancer|
 
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Skin cancer-treatment with chemotherapy & surgery for skin cancer| symptoms & types of this cancer| Hi! friends, I am here with this new video which is about the #treatment of #skin cancer. Its #symptoms are very serious for the human body. Skin cancer has many #types. Skin cancer treatment: Skin cancer is the abnormal increase of skin cells which most often grows on skin exposed to the sun. But this common form of cancer can also happen on areas of your skin not normally exposed to sunlight. There are various effective treatments for skin cancer which are described in the following: Choice best treatment: A team of doctors and other specialists discuss the best treatment and care for you. They're known as a multidisciplinary team (MDT). Your treatment depends on: • the stage of the cancer • where the cancer is • the type of skin cancer • how far it's grown or spread Your doctor will talk about your treatment, its merits and the possible side effects with you. Surgery: The major treatment for skin cancer is surgery. For most people, surgery prevents cancer and is the only treatment they need.The surgery is generally minor. You generally have an injection of local anesthetic in the region and then the doctor prevents cancer and a small quantity of the surrounding tissue. Radiotherapy: Radiotherapy is a treatment for skin cancer. You take this treatment if you have: • Cancer covers a wide area • surgery isn't suitable for you • Cancer has spread to the lymph nodes • it's in an area that's difficult to operate on • it's to reduce the risk of cancer coming back after surgery Immunotherapy: Imiquimod cream uses the immune system to hit cancers. Imiquimod makes cells produce extra chemicals such as interferon & these destroy the skin cancer cells.You might have it as a remedy if you have skin cancer in the top layer of skin. Photodynamic therapy: Photodynamic therapy uses a medicine to make your skin sensitive to light. Once you have had the medicine your doctor focuses a special type of light on the part where the cancer is. This kills the cancer cells. Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy cream is a cure for skin cancer. Actinic keratosis might expand into squamous cell skin cancer over time. So you have treatment to try to remove this from happening. Curettage and electrodessication: During this common process, the skin lesion is prevented with a curette, which is a sharp, spoon-shaped instrument. The area is then cured with an electric current that helps manage to bleed and kills any remaining cancer cells. Mohs surgery: This method, also called a complete margin assessment surgery, involves preventing the visible tumor, in addition to small fragments around the border of the area where the tumor was situated. Each small fragment is checked under a microscope until all of the cancer is detached. Other treatments: Besides the above treatment, there are some other treatments which are listed below: 1. Freezing-destroy abnormal cells 2. Wide excision-close the wound, help with healing and reduce scarring 3. Laser therapy-destroy precancerous skin conditions 4. Reconstructive surgery-a useful surgery to remove skin cancer from your face Clinical trials: Your doctor might ask if you’d like to participate in a clinical trial. Doctors and specialists do trials to enlarge treatment by: • developing new treatments • making existing treatments better Source: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/skin-cancer/treatment/treatment-decisions http://www.cancer.net/cancer-types/skin-cancer-non-melanoma/treatment-options ############################################# My youtube channel is associated with a website. To watch more videos, visit my website: http://goo.gl/2HjGms You can find us on different social media. You can stay with this social media watch all treatment videos on our channel. Social media for disease treatment: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ranastkmba Twitter: https://twitter.com/ranamgtru Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rokonmgt09/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/104722595836977790069 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for watching. Like, comment and share this video. If this video will be helpful for you, I request to you, subscribe my channel. Skin cancer-treatment with chemotherapy & surgery for skin cancer| symptoms & types of this cancer|
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Elegant Skin Cancer Excision - Surgeon Minute
 
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Dr. Caroline Glicksman discusses skin cancer excisions and why seeing a board certified plastic surgeon will get you the smallest, least-noticeable scar.
Mohs Surgery of Basal Cell Carcinoma Recovery
 
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This is a video of the Mohs surgery that I experienced and the visual results of the plastic surgery after one month and updated after 2 months. J. Craig Merrel MD, Plastic Surgery Associates of Tidewater http://www.plasticsurgeonforyou.com/merrell.html
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Mohs Surgery (Skin Cancer Therapy)
 
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Mohs surgery is considered to be the most effective and advanced treatment for removing basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Dr. Meredith Overholt, board certified dermatologist, explains how Mohs surgery is performed and why it's so effective as a skin cancer treatment. For more health information visit http://www.drbobshow.com/ and our DrBobShow1 YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/DrBobShow1.
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Mohs Surgery for Skin Cancer
 
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Dr. Michael Bax explains the benefits of Mohs surgery for treating skin cancer, and what to expect before, during and after the procedure. More: https://goo.gl/RcnuSX
Skin cancer Diagnosis, treatment, and outcome
 
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There are many treatments for skin cancer. A dermatologist selects treatment after considering the following: Type of skin cancer. Where the skin cancer appears on the body. Whether the skin cancer is aggressive. Stage of the cancer (how deeply the skin cancer has grown and whether it has spread). Patient’s health. After considering the above, your dermatologist will choose 1 or more of the following treatments for skin cancer. Surgical treatment: When treating skin cancer, the goal is to remove all of the cancer. When the cancer has not spread, this is often possible. To remove skin cancer, the following surgical treatment may be used: Excision: To perform this, the dermatologist numbs the skin and then surgically cuts out the skin cancer and a small amount of normal-looking skin. This normal-looking skin is called a margin. There are different types of excision. Most excisions can be performed in a dermatologist’s office. Mohs surgery: A dermatologist who has completed additional medical training in Mohs surgery performs this procedure. Once a dermatologist completes this training, the dermatologist is called a Mohs surgeon. Mohs surgery begins with the surgeon removing the visible part of the skin cancer. Because cancer cells are not visible to the naked eye, the surgeon also removes some skin that looks normal but may contain cancer cells. This part of the surgery is performed one layer at a time. After removing a layer of skin, it is prepared so that the surgeon can examine it under a microscope and look for cancer cells. If the surgeon sees cancer cells, the surgeon removes another layer of skin. This layer-by-layer approach continues until the surgeon no longer finds cancer cells. In most cases, Mohs surgery can be completed within a day or less. The cure rate for skin cancer is high when Mohs surgery is used. Curettage and electrodesiccation: This surgical procedure may be used to treat small basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers. It involves scraping the tumor with a curette (a surgical instrument shaped like a long spoon) and then using an electric needle to gently cauterize (burn) the remaining cancer cells and some normal-looking tissue. This scraping and cauterizing process is typically repeated 3 times. The wound tends to heal without stitches. Sometimes, curettage is used alone. Other treatments: Surgical treatment is not right for every case of skin cancer. Some patients cannot undergo surgery. Sometimes, surgery cannot remove all of the cancer, and more treatment is used to help get rid of the cancer. If the skin cancer is caught very early, surgery may not be necessary. Other treatments for skin cancer are: Immunotherapy: This treatment uses the patient’s own immune system to fight the cancer. The patient applies a cream (generic name is imiquimod) to the skin as directed by the dermatologist. Cryosurgery: The dermatologist freezes the skin cancer. Freezing destroys the treated area, causing the skin and cancer cells to slough off. Chemotherapy applied to the skin: The generic name for the medicine used in this treatment is 5-fluorouracil or 5-FU. The patient applies 5-FU to the skin cancer. It destroys the damaged skin cells. When the skin heals, new skin appears. Chemotherapy: If the cancer spreads beyond the skin, chemotherapy may kill the cancer cells. When a patient gets chemotherapy, the patient takes medicine. This medicine may be swallowed, injected (shots), or infused (given with an IV). The medicine travels throughout the body and kills the cancer cells. The medicine also destroys some normal cells. This can cause side effects, such as vomiting and hair loss. When chemotherapy stops, the side effects usually disappear. Photodynamic therapy: This treatment consists of 2 phases. First, a chemical is applied to the skin cancer. This chemical sits on the skin cancer for several hours. During the second phase, the skin cancer is exposed to a special light. This light destroys the cancer cells. Radiation therapy: Radiation may be used to treat older adults who have a large skin cancer, skin cancers that cover a large area, or a skin cancer that is difficult to surgically remove. Radiation therapy gradually destroys the cancer cells through repeat exposure to radiation. A patient may receive 15 to 30 treatments. This treatment is often only recommended for older adults. Many years after a person is exposed to radiation, new skin cancer can develop. What outcome can someone with skin cancer expect? If it is caught early and properly treated, skin cancer can be cured. Even melanoma, which can be deadly, has a cure rate of almost 100 percent when treated early. Even if you get a clean bill of health, you need to continue to see your dermatologist. Once a person gets skin cancer, the risk of getting another skin cancer is higher. Sometimes skin cancer returns. Your dermatologist will tell you how often you should return for checkups.
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Mohs Surgery on the nose: Part 2 of 2, Surgical Repair with Advancement Flap
 
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Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery is a specialized technique, designed to remove skin cancers, most commonly basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, removing as little normal tissue as possible with the lowest rate of reoccurrence. We most commonly use this technique on the face, since we want to remove as little normal tissue as possible, so that the resulting scar will potentially be small as possible. In Part I, I show how I take Mohs layers, removing skin cancer and actually looking at the tissue and checking all the edges for any skin cancer under the microscope, while the patient waits. When I determine that the margins of the tissue are free of skin cancer, then I can repair the defect. Part 2 shows me repairing the defect created on the right side of my patient's nose, using an advancement flap. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment with Traditional and Alternative Remedies!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ Click on the link above for a free video guide to dietary supplements and alternative medicine! Today I'm going to talk about basal cell carcinoma treatment. I will talk about traditional remedies involving surgery as well as an alternative medicine that could help. In case you don't know basal cell carcinoma is a form of cancer that grows slowly. The good news is that it rarely spreads to other areas and it's usually not a serious threat to a person's life. Can you guess how a person typically gets this condition? Yep, it's from UV rays that radiate from the sun. The best way to prevent this type of cancer is to put on sunblock after 20 minutes of sun exposure and don't ever use a tanning bed. One of the most common treatments is going to be surgery. There are different options here and a popular one, which some people feel has the best cure rate is called mohs surgery, which is the same thing as chemotherapy. Each piece of tissue is removed then examined and that informs the pathologist where to remove future tissue. Another form of surgery is called curettage. What happens is that a surgeon uses a device called a curette to scrape the cancer down and another electrosurgical device is also used. The third type of surgery is called excision. The physician will look at the tumor and draw where he is going to cut. Next he cuts it out and yes healthy tissue will be included. What if the cancer is in a very sensitive area say near the eyes or nose? This is when radiation therapy can be a good option. This type of treatment uses high-energy radiation to reduce the size of tumors and obliterate cancer cells. They even have something that travels in the blood to kill cancer and it's called systemic radiation therapy. The last type of surgery is cryosurgery and this uses extreme cold temperature to kill cancerous cells. The main benefits of it is that it's usually less expensive, has fewer side effects and perhaps the recovery time is better. You might be wondering about alternative medicine to treat cancer right? One of the best things someone can do to fight cancer naturally is with using various herbal remedies. There really are tons of herbs that can help, but one of the top ones is something called black cumin seeds. The prophet Mohammed, who founded the religion Islam, said that black cumin seeds can cure every disease, but death itself. This may sound unbelievable, but this herb does have over 100 beneficial chemicals. At the University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center studies show that it can stop cancer cells from dividing and multiplying. It can also trigger the death of cancer cells. If supplements and alternative medicine sound like something that can be helpful to you I highly recommend you check out that free video guide I mentioned. It shares ideas on shopping for these products and much more. You can learn more at http://utahtexans.com/.
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Skin Cancer Removal Surgery - DKM Skincare
 
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The patient was diagnosed with a squamous cell carcinoma. SCC for short is a skin cancer that almost always stays on the skin and is caused by too much sun exposure or too many sun burns in a persons lifetime. Due to the nature and location of the skin cancer the best option was to perform an Electrodessication and Currettage (ED&C).
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Eyelid Reconstruction & Basal Cell Cancer Removal Surgery by Dr. Debraj Shome
 
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Skin Cancers on the Face & Body seem to be steadily increasing in frequency. This is not only in the Caucasian races (where melanin does not protect the skin from the ultra-violet sun rays), but there is a steady increase in skin malignancy even in pigmented races like Asian Indians and the Hispanic population. Every skin mole, every skin lesion, every skin mass, should be viewed with suspicion and considered as cancer, unless proven otherwise. Therefore, every skin lesion, even if it appears benign and like a harmless skin cyst, should have an excisional biopsy performed and be subjected to pathological examination, to diagnose the same better. The eyelid skin is susceptible to multiple skin tumors like the basal cell carcinoma (also knows as the rodent ulcer), the squamous cell cancer (starting from the actinic keratosis), the sebaceous gland carcinoma and the Merkel Cell Cancer. In addition, malignant melanomas can also appear in the eyelid skin. Sometimes, these eyelid cancers can appear as harmless cysts, skin warts & skin moles. But, later, they continue to increase in size and may even cause a skin ulcer (like basal cell cancer rodent ulcer) or cause bleeding. The basal cell cancer is locally destructive and usually does not cause any threat to life, but the sebaceous cell carcinoma can metastatize to distant organs like the liver and the lung and even cause death. Skin prevention by using sun screen & avoiding tanning salons can protect against skin cancer. Early biopsy aids diagnosis. Removal of skin cancer can be performed by Mohs micrographic surgery or by frozen section diagnosis with cancer free margin clearance. Mohs surgery is considered the best skin cancer treatment in the world. Reconstruction of the skin defect post the skin cancer removal, is treated with skin grafting or a combination of plastic surgery reconstruction flaps like the Tenzel's semicircular flap, the mustarde's cheek rotation flap, the Cutler Beard flap, Hughes flap and others. In this video, Ms. Nagamma, from Guntur, India, developed a small mole like eyelid mass, below her right lower eyelid. Initially, she chose to observe it, but as the mass kept on increasing, she presented to top facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Debraj Shome. Dr. Debraj Shome performed an excisional biopsy and removed the eyelid mass and then performed a reconstruction eyelid surgery with a flap surgery (oculoplastic surgery), to recreate the entire lower eyelid. The patient had completely symmetrical eyelids, post the oculoplastic eyelid surgery, and she has been cancer free for the past ten years. For consultations with top oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Debraj Shome, please write in to info@theestheticclinic.com or call +91-9619610388. Dr. Shome's website is http://www.theestheticclinic.com, http://www.facialplasticsurgeonindia.com, http://oculoplastic-eyelid-orbit-surgery.com His Official Blogs are http://www.debrajshome.com and http://debrajshome.wordpress.com Other Resource Links about Dr. Shome- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debraj_Shome https://in.linkedin.com/in/drdebrajshome http://www.theestheticclinic.com/about/doctors/debraj-shome.html http://www.facialplasticsurgeonindia.com/dr-debraj-shome.aspx
Skin Cancer Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment
 
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There are several factors to consider before choosing the best treatment modality. Options depend on the location, histologic type and patient concerns. Nodular and superficial BCCs are the least aggressive and can be completely removed by electrodesiccation and curettage or by simple surgical excision. Superficial BCC can be treated with every other day application of imiquimod cream. This immune modulating agent induces an intense inflammatory reaction and the tumor clears without scarring. The histologic helps to determine therapy. The micronodular, infiltrative, and morpheaform BCCs have a higher incidence of positive tumor margins after excision and have the greatest recurrence rate. Clinically, BCCs with these patterns have poorly defined borders and are not apparent during physical examination. They subtly extend into surrounding tissue and are easily missed by blind treatment techniques such as surgical excision. These tumors need more aggressive treatment with wide excision or microscopically controlled surgery. Tumor size is important consideration. Electrodesiccation and curettage afford excellent results for small (less than 2 cm) nodular BCCs located on the forehead and cheeks. Nodular BCCs on the forehead and cheek that are larger and have well-defined margins should be excised and closed; electrosurgery for large tumors may result in large, unsightly scars. The margins of sclerosing BCCs cannot be determined by inspection, and either excision or, preferably, Moh’s micrographic surgery should be performed. The location of the tumor must also be considered when making a decision about treatment. Tumors about the nose, eye, and ear require special consideration. Lesions of the nose greater than 1 cm, lesions of the margin of the eyelid and the vermilion border of the lip, lesions involving cartilage, and sclerosing epitheliomas respond poorly to electrodesiccation and curettage. BCCs of the medial canthus are particularly dangerous. The skin rests close to bone and cartilage, and tumor cells initially invade and proceed to migrate undetected along periosteum or perichondrium. Healing occurs over inadequately treated tumors, and deep invasion and lateral extension can remain undetected, resulting in a tumor of massive proportions. Extension to the eye and brain is possible.