Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Includes information on the techniques, indications, and equipment used in Mohs micrographic surgery for cancers of the skin. The book demonstrates in detail the techniques with over 1,100 clear, instructive illustrations. Covers all areas that are essential in the practice of this surgery, including gross and microscopic pathology of tumors, practical anatomy of the head and neck, and more. There is even useful advice on computerization of cases.
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Techniques and Indications for Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Instrumentation for Mohs Surgery
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