In this case, the Mixed Nodular and Infiltrative Basal Cell Carcinoma Cancer has been completely removed with MOHS Surgery. The Bi-Rhombic Flap was performed because inelasticity of skin made closure difficult, and to avoid a deforming, depressed, or contracted scar. This technique reduces tension to enhance both functional and cosmetic results.More
LEFT: Bi-Rhombic Flap. RIGHT: Post Operative View. *No revisions or contouring were performed.* More
- Mixed Nodular and Infiltrative Basal Cell Carcinoma Cancer originally measured 0.9 cm x 0.6 cm.
- Performed two stages of MOHS Surgery.
- Defect measured 1.2 cm x 0.9 cm.
- Resulting in performing Bi-Rhombic Flap Surgical Repair.
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