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Mohs micrographic surgery is used to treat basal and squamous cell carcinomas as well as other rare skin cancers.
A type of skin cancer that starts in the the top layer of skin (basal cell layer), grows very slowly, and rarely spreads.
A disease of the skin in which cancer cells are found in the melanocytes, the cells that produce color in the skin through a pigment called melanin.
A rare skin cancer.
A rare, slow-growing cancer.
Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common type of skin cancer due to extensive sun exposure, occurring most often in fair-skinned and elderly people.
A rare skin cancer, it’s aggressive and can spread, so early diagnosis and treatment is critical.
A rare skin cancer. While it’s slow-growing and seldom spreads to other parts of the body, it can grow into nearby fat and muscle and around adjacent nerves without proper treatment.