Skin Cancer Basal Cell Cryosurgery
Cryosurgery for basal cell carcinoma involves freezing the skin cancer cells. A small amount of liquid nitrogen is applied to the surface of the lesion. This approach leaves very little scar, but may need to be repeated several times to remove the entire lesion.
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