Mohs Surgery Technique
Please see below for a graphical view of the Mohs Micrographic Surgery Technique
The removal process stops when there is no longer any evidence of cancer remaining in the surgical site. Because Mohs surgery removes only tissue containing cancer, it ensures that the healthy tissue is kept intact.
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