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Mohs surgery is an effective treatment for two types of skin cancer.
Also known as mohs micrographic surgery, the precise procedure aims to remove as many cancerous skin layers as possible. Layers of skin are removed in stages after being examined under a microscope.
Mohs surgery is performed by mohs surgery specialists who are highly skilled in carrying out the procedure and are there to answer any questions about it you might have.
Yes, mohs surgery is a recommended form of skin cancer treatment for melanoma, because it removes layers of cancerous skin tissue in stages, reducing cancerous tissue and the chance of needing future treatment.
This form of skin cancer does not usually spread to other organs in your body.
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) usually presents as a small, shiny pink lump with a “translucent or waxy appearance.” It can also look like a red, scaly patch.
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