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Patient Case #3352

Large defect of the chin in a young woman (left). This was repaired with local tissue rearrangement and meticulous closure (right).

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Patient Case #2250

Very large Mohs defect of the nasal tip and bridge with exposure of the nasal cartilages and bone (left). This defect required a complex, multi-stage Mohs surgery repair involving local and pedicled flaps. A three-month postoperative view is shown on the right.

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Patient Case #2247

Mohs skin cancer surgical defect of the left temple and eyebrow region before (left) and four months after (right) Mohs surgery repair by Dr. Ransom. Note the preservation of the patient’s hairline and the eyebrow hairs.

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Patient Case #2244

69 year old woman after Mohs surgery of the left side of the nose, with a full thickness defect (left) exposing the inside of the nose. This defect required a complex, multi-stage Mohs surgery repair involving local and pedicled flaps as well as cartilage grafts. A ten-month postoperative view is shown on the right.

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Patient Case #2241

Large defect of the chin in a young woman (left). This was repaired with local tissue rearrangement and meticulous closure (right).

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Patient Case #2238

Large defect of the tip and bridge of the nose following Mohs surgery (left), repaired by Dr. Ransom (right). Note the preservation of the nasal tip volume and contour.

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Patient Case #2235

This patient had a Mohs defect involving the delicate lower eyelid skin near the corner of the eye (left). Single-stage repair was accomplished using local flap reconstruction was performed by Dr. Ransom (right).

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Patient Case #2232

Very large Mohs defect of the nasal tip and bridge with exposure of the nasal cartilages and bone (left). This defect required a complex, multi-stage Mohs surgery repair involving local and pedicled flaps. A two-month postoperative view is shown on the right.

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Patient Case #2229

Left-sided defect following Mohs surgery, with exposure nasal cartilages (left). Three months after Mohs surgery repair (right) by Dr. Ransom, with complete closure and restored nasal contour (right).

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Patient Case #2226

Large, complex Mohs defect involving the vermillion (red part of the lip) and the upper lip skin, before (left) and immediately following (right) Mohs defect repair by Dr. Ransom.

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