Skin Cancer Basal Cell Moh's Surgery
In Moh's micrographic surgery, a local anesthetic is used to remove the skin in layers. The doctor shaves off thin layers of skin and then checks them under the microscope for cancer cells. If the cells look normal, no more skin is removed.
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