and sending the excised material for frozen section control was performed once for 11 patients, twice for 12 patients, 3 times for 8 patients and 4 times for 4 patients to confirm that the surgical margins were clean.
Surgical removal of the lesion is necessary for the diagnosis and treatment and the complete excision
of the lesion together with approximately 1 cm of healthy tissue is important to prevent local recurrence.
Practitioners who manage a high volume of lower genital tract disease and take care to minimize tissue excision
and destruction at the time of treatment are likely those whose patients have the best obstetric outcomes following treatment for CIN.
Despite multiple previous excisions
resulting in extensive scarring, there was no difficulty in finding the recipient nerve.
For scars greater than 3 mm, or scars with cutaneous bridges or persistent cysts and tunnels, he recommended elliptical excision
Is surgical excision
necessary for the management of atypical lobular hyperplasia and lobular carcinoma in situ diagnosed on core needle biopsy?
2) Numerous therapeutic modalities have been used to treat them, including intralesional steroid injection alone; surgical excision
alone; surgical excision
with skin grafting; surgery followed by radiation therapy; radiation therapy alone; systemic drug therapies, including vitamin E, penicillamine, colchicines, thiotepa, and tetrahydroxyquinone; massage; silicone gel sheeting; intralesional interferon; compression therapy; cryotherapy; laser excision
; electrodessication; and topical medications such as 5-fluorouracil or bleomycin.
at the University of Miami, noted that radical Longhorn or triangular excisions
have in recent years been replaced wherever possible by surgical techniques, such as separate groin excisions
that spare the "skin bridge" between the groin and the vulva.
The resulting new squamocolumnar junction was more proximally located (at os or endocervical) for women with loop excisions
greater than 10 mm deep (P <.