Skin tumors / lumps
Changes on /in the skin such as moles, lipoma, atheroma, basocellular epithelioma, planocellular carcinoma - are removed.
- Duration of the surgery:
15- 60 minutes
Local infiltrative or, if malignancy is suspected, general anesthesia.
- Surgical procedure:
After the examination, surgeon decides in which way the change on the skin will be removed. The change is removed entirely, in accordance with surgical principles, and depending on the change itself and its localization. Removal could be done surgically/surgically with radio waves/by laser or electro surgically, and except for the virus polyps and warts, the tissue is sent for histopathology analysis. Depending on the size of the defect after the removal, the issue will be either stitched surgically or closed with surrounding skin tissue or free skin transplant, or in cases of smaller changes it is left to heal self by secondary epithelization.
- Post-operative procedure:
Stitches are removed five to 12 days after the surgery, depending on the localization. Also, depending on the type of the tumor, some require further surgical or radiological treatment. Remaining scars could be treated with various cremes, or, in the active phase of the healing process, with silicone plates. After this surgery hospital stay is not compulsory.
Infection, Swelling, difficulty in healing the wound.