Does aspirin affect the outcome of minor cutaneous surgery?

Abstract

The use of regular aspirin as an antithrombotic agent has become prevalent in the elderly population. The belief that operative bleeding complications are more common in those patients taking regular aspirin has commonly led to its withdrawal 5-10 days prior to minor dermatologic plastic surgery. Few studies exist to examine the true effects of aspirin on… (More)

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