Cheek to Nose Interpolation Flap
In this case the Basal Cell Carcinoma Cancer has been completely removed with MOHS Surgery. The Cheek to Nose Interpolation Flap was chosen to close the wound with local tissue due to insufficient tissue mobility on the nose. This protects underlying structures and maintains blood supply.More
LEFT: Cheek to Nose Interpolation Flap RIGHT: Post Operative View More
- Basal Cell Carcinoma originally measured 1.3 cm x 0.6 cm.
- Performed six stages of MOHS Surgery.
- Defect measured 6.5 cm x 2.2 cm.
- Resulting in performing the Cheek to Nose Interpolation Flap.
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