Mohs Surgery performed to remove a squamous cell carcinoma on the right temple.
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Patient underwent Mohs Micrographic Surgery after discovering a squamous cell carcinoma (skin cancer) on right temple (label "B") measuring at 1.5 cm x 1 cm. The non-melanoma skin cancer was fully and successfully excised. Given the location of the tumor, for the best cosmetic outcome the patient and surgeon agreed to allow the surgical wound to heal on it's own without reconstruction or sutures. The after photograph displayed is 11 weeks post-operation. Patient is pleased with results thus far.