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Weeks After Surgery I Have A Blister Where Basal Cell Was Removed
I had a basal cell cancer removed at side of my nose. Have to have mohs surgery. Will i b disgured?
Hopefully Not: Mohs surgeons can do an amazing job but sometimes complex reconstructive surgery is needed. It is important to discuss the cosmetic outcome with your surgeon before the operation and to talk to a plastic surgeon if necessary. Also ask if radiation therapy is an alternative option. It is usually equally effective as surgery, requires no cutting and can leave an excellent cosmetic result. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Basal cell carcinoma or bcc is the most common type of skin cancer. There are millions of them each year in the us. They are caused by sun exposure and ultraviolet light (tanning beds) and are very common on the face. It is very rare for them to metastasize or spread to other parts of the body. They can be easily cured with ...Read more
How can I be sure that my basal cell carcinoma on my forehead has been cured completely after surgery?
Will the docs make sure that my basal cell carcinoma on my forehead is completely gone after surgery?
Basal Cell Cancer: When a basal cell skin cancer is treated by surgical excision the tissue is examined under a microscope to determine if the skin cancer has been completely removed. Even so, some skin cancer cells may have spread beyond the area of excision so follow-up exams to detect recurrence is recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My friend will be having surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma from her nose. Does she have be sedated or have to stay awake during the surgery?
A few months ago i got my basal cell carcinoma removed and it has been stinging. Is this something to be concerned about?
See your doctor: It's always a smart idea to play it safe when you have questions about surgical recovery. In the vast majority of cases, your symptoms are likely related to healing and residual inflammation. But if this sensation is not getting better (particularly after a week or two), it is wise to go see the doctor who did your surgery and get examined. ...Read more
Had basal cell removed over month ago healed up good but now it is itching and looks like alittle sore coming up is this normal they said they got it
Not enough informati: I need to know if the basal cell was cut out with stitches or if it was scraped and burnt.If it was cut out with stitches it is possible that one of the ones that was put underneath your skin is coming to the surface and is causing the problem. It is unusual for a faithful sell to come back in one month unless it was never entirely removed. ...Read more
If a doctor told me not to worry about a basal cell and I had half of my lesion removed twice is it bad?
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