Ben J. Kirbo, M.D. — Laurence Z. Rosenberg, M.D.
Chris DeRosier, M.D.

Skin Cancer Repair

Patient 1

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Case #5638 - Mohs

92-year-old female, she underwent Mohs surgery for a squamous cell carcinoma of the temple. Here she is seen four months out from single stage reconstruction, using local tissue. Notice, there is no distortion to the eyelid or eyebrow.

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Patient 2

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Case #5560 - Mohs

65-year-old male, squamous cell carcinoma of the lip. The initial markings, for excision, are marked out by his Mohs’ surgeon. He underwent Mohs for this lesion. He then underwent single stage lip reconstruction. You can see his postop photos, with

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Patient 3

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Case #5568 - Mohs

This is a 86 year-old male, who underwent Mohs. He had a single stage reconstruction, using a bilobed flap on the right and a banner flap on the left. Here he is seen three months out with no revisions. This

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Patient 4

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Case #3520 - Mohs

68-year-old male, status post most surgery for cutaneous malignancy of the nose. Very thick sebaceous skin of the nose. Single stage reconstruction performed under local anesthesia in the office. No revisions were performed.

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Patient 5

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Case #3346 - Mohs

93 year old male with fill thickness defect of the right alar rim, nasal tip and soft triangle. He underwent a three stage reconstruction with cartilage grafting and a forehead flap. No additional revisions were performed. He has an excellent

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Patient 6

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Case #3352 - Mohs

Patient has a large Mohs defect of the nose, cheek and eyelid junction. He underwent a single stage reconstruction with no revisions.

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Patient 7

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Case #5593 - Mohs

93 year old female. Underwent Mohs surgery with a 50% eye life defect. She underwent a single stage repair under local anesthesia. No revisions were necessary. The procedure was a Tenzel flap with lateral cantholysis.

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Patient 8

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Case #3356 - Mohs

Patient has resection for melanoma of the alar rim, nasal tip and nasal sidewall. She underwent a two stage reconstruction with cartilage graft and forehead flap. One revision was performed later to thin out the flap.

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Patient 9

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Case #3360 - Mohs

Patient has a nasal tip defect from Mohs with exposed cartilage. She underwent reconstruction with a two stage forehead flap, and no revisions.

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Patient 10

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Case #3364 - Mohs

Patient had large defect on the nose. He underwent a two stage reconstruction. He has an excellent cosmetic result in addition to normal nasal airflow, a critical component of nasal reconstruction.

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