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Predictors of extensive subclinical spread in nonmelanoma skin cancer treated with Mohs micrographic surgery.
BACKGROUND In nonmelanoma skin cancer, the clinically visible portion may represent a small fraction of microscopic tumor spread. Previous studies have examined individual risk factors for… Expand
Immunohistochemical staining of lentigo maligna during Mohs micrographic surgery using MART-1.
BACKGROUND Lentigo maligna (LM) often displays extensive subclinical spread. Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) has been proposed to help delineate the true histologic margin; however, visualizing… Expand
Onion Extract Gel Versus Petrolatum Emollient on New Surgical Scars: a Prospective Double‐Blinded Study
- V. Chung, L. Kelley, D. Marra, S. B. Jiang
- Dermatologic surgery : official publication for…
- 1 February 2006
BACKGROUND Cutaneous scars resulting from surgical procedures can be erythematous, hypertrophic, pruritic, painful, or cosmetically unacceptable. An onion extract-based topical gel (Mederma, Merz… Expand
A Risk Scale for Predicting Extensive Subclinical Spread of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
BACKGROUND The clinical appearance of nonmelanoma skin cancer may represent only a portion of microscopic tumor invasion. OBJECTIVE To develop a scale based on high-risk characteristics for… Expand
A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of influenza immunization in multiple sclerosis
Article abstract-We determined the effect of influenza vaccine in patients with relapsing/remitting MS. Considerable controversy surrounds the question of whether to administer influenza vaccines to… Expand
Tumescent anesthesia: evolution and current uses.
The tumescent technique of local anesthesia is one of the great techniques developed in the last 20 years. It has dramatically changed the way clinicians perform many cutaneous surgical procedures.… Expand
Benign skin tumors.
There are a multitude of lesions seen when examining a patient’s skin—so many that it can be overwhelming deciding which lesions are benign and which are malignant. Some of the most common benign… Expand