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The Role of Mohs Micrographic Surgery in Skin Cancer Treatment

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    Dr. Désirée Ratner, director of dermatologic surgery at Columbia University Medical Center, discusses Mohs micrographic surgery, at technique developed by Frederick Mohs to allow complete visualization of high-risk skin cancer margins for complete removal. Learn how this procedure, initially developed with zinc floride paste to tag cancerous lesions, is now practiced. How does this surgery relate to standard frozen section histology and immunostaining techniques with which physicians are more familiar? Dr. Mary Leuchars hosts.

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    Dr. Désirée Ratner, director of dermatologic surgery at Columbia University Medical Center, discusses Mohs micrographic surgery, at technique developed by Frederick Mohs to allow complete visualization of high-risk skin cancer margins for complete removal. Learn how this procedure, initially developed with zinc floride paste to tag cancerous lesions, is now practiced. How does this surgery relate to standard frozen section histology and immunostaining techniques with which physicians are more familiar? Dr. Mary Leuchars hosts.

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