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Metastatic basal cell carcinoma: report of twelve cases with a review of the literature.
Metastatic basal cell carcinoma was found in 12 patients at the University of Wisconsin Mohs Surgery Clinic during the period 1936 to 1989. All patients were white men. The time of onset of theExpand
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Micrographic surgery for the microscopically controlled excision of eyelid cancers.
  • F. Mohs
  • Medicine
  • Archives of ophthalmology
  • 1 June 1986
Because it allows for the total microscopic control of excision, micrographic surgery is a solution to the problem of determining the exact extent of cancers of the eyelids. The control of excisionExpand
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Foreword to Article by Dr. Mohs This paper presents a method for the treatment of carcinoma which is localized to an accessible region of the body. It does not give the answer as to the cause ofExpand
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Modes of spread of cancer of skin.
DURING the past sixteen years more than three thousand cancers have been removed by means of the microscopically controlled excisions which characterize the method which we have termedExpand
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Second-intention healing of exposed facial-scalp bone after Mohs surgery for skin cancer: review of ninety-one cases.
BACKGROUND Second-intention healing over exposed bone is considered by some to be subject to the complications of pain, infection, and nonhealing. OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to determine wouldExpand
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Metastatic basal cell carcinoma. Report of five cases
Background. Metastatic basal cell carcinoma (MBCC) is rare. Risk factors for the development of MBCC include a history of persistent basal cell carcinoma (BCC) for many years, refractory toExpand
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Microscopically controlled surgery in the treatment of carcinoma of the scalp.
Complete microscopic control of the excision of carcinomas of the scalp is of special benefit, because, in this location, there is an unusual tendency for outgrowths to extend for considerableExpand
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Mohs micrographic surgery for penile tumors.
The advantages of the total microscopic control of excision that is provided by Mohs micrographic surgery often justify consideration of this modality in neoplasms of the penis. The excision inExpand
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Mohs micrographic surgery for melanoma.
The results of multiple investigators have confirmed the value of Mohs surgery in the treatment of melanoma. In addition, these studies have contributed to our understanding of the biologic behaviorExpand
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Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Updates information about current techniques/practices in MOHs surgery. Intended for trainees in dermatology, dermatologists, MOHs surgery nurses, and for plastic surgeons, this book covers suchExpand
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