In this case, the Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cancer has been completely removed with MOHS Surgery. The Rotation Flap was performed because extensive undermining was required, inelasticity of skin made closure difficult, and to protect underlying structures where insufficient local skin is available for primary defect repair. This also avoids a deforming, depressed, and contracted scar. This technique maintains cosmetic and functional anatomy.More
LEFT: Rotation Flap. RIGHT: Post Operative View. *No revisions or contouring were performed.* More
- Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cancer originally measured 0.7 cm x 0.5 cm.
- Performed four stages of MOHS Surgery.
- Defect measured 1.9 cm x 1.5 cm.
- Resulting in performing Rotation Flap Surgical Repair.
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