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Surgical removal of skin cancers

Excisional surgery or shave excision is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of growths, such as moles, masses and tumours, from the skin along with the healthy tissues around the tumour.

This procedure is done by one of our specialist surgeons which would be done under local anaesthetic injections. First, they remove a part or the whole or a part of the lesion or tumour. The sample will then be sent off to a lab for testing and checking under a microscope. If cancer cells are seen whether it is adequately removed, or additional skin will be removed and examined again. This procedure can take up to an hour to complete, depending on the amount of skin or tumours need to be removed.


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