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A prominent dermatologist and surgeon, and the first black female surgeon in the country to use a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer, died recently. Dr. Marcy Street, 59, practiced for more than two decades, specializing...

source: Lansing State Journal

Childhood cancer survivors who had lived five or more years from their primary malignancy are at an increased risk of developing skin cancer compared with the general population, according to results from the Dutch Childhood Oncology Group...

source: Onc Live

Little information is available to predict which patients require opioid analgesia following cutaneous surgery. When opioids are indicated, information regarding the optimal opioid agent selection and dosage is lacking. To make recommendations...

source: Journals of the American Academy of Dermatology

Lower eyelid margin defects can be a reconstructive challenge. A possible alternative is second intention healing of the lower eyelid margin. To determine the cosmetic outcomes and patient satisfaction of second intention...

source: Dermatologic Surgery

A treatment previously shown to clear the precancerous skin lesions called actinic keratosis now appears to reduce the chance that the treated skin will develop squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs), the second most common form of skin...

source: JCI Insight via Science Daily

Although basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer, locally aggressive BCC of the head and neck is rare and not well studied. This study found that locally aggressive BCCs of the head and neck have high...

source: Laryngoscope

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