Conventional Surgery


Conventional surgery is the most common treatment for skin cancer

It is used in most cases treated. Some types of skin cancer can be easily removed and require minimal surgeries, while others may require a more extensive surgical procedure. Conventional surgery may include the following procedures:

Using liquid nitrogen, cryosurgery uses an instrument that sprays the liquid onto the skin, which freezes and destroys the tissue.
Curettage and electrodesiccation
This common type of surgery involves scraping skin tissue with a curette (a sharp surgical instrument), followed by cauterizing the wound with an electrosurgical unit.
A scalpel is used to remove and remove the tumor. The wound is usually stitched.


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