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The primary treatment is wide excision of the tumor with oncologic margins in order to prevent local recurrence.
Radiation therapy (RT) may be recommended if adequate wide excision may result in major cosmetic defect or if the tumour margins are positive.
After proper preoperative workup and antibiotic prophylaxis, first group (Gp 1) undergoes wide excision with Karydakis flap reconstruction and the second group undergoes wide excision with double Z-plasty.
2) WHO grade II (atypical) and grade III (malignant) tumours are treated with wide excision, followed by adjuvant radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy.
Shortly thereafter, the patient underwent wide excision and lymph node dissection, which showed clear margins and no lymph node involvement.
3,5,6) Though wide excision is a treatment of choice various other treatment options such as steroid, fulguration with either carbon dioxide or electrocautery has minimal to zero success.
Moh's Micrographic Surgery (MMS) or staged wide excision "Slow Moh's "(with formal histopathological sectioning and delayed reconstruction for complete circumferential peripheral and deep margin assessment) is becoming the standard surgical treatment for DFSP (Z).
Wide excision involves the cutting out of the area affected by the sinus, leaving the wound open and packing it with a dressing until it heals.
This was considered the cut-off point because patients with deeper lesions usually go on to have a wide excision and sentinel node biopsy, Dr.
6] performed a range of operations including local excision, wide excision and complete plantar fasciectomy.
McNeely's team examined 24 research studies comprising 2,132 women with a confirmed breast cancer diagnosis and who had undergone surgery such as a radical mastectomy, modified radical mastectomy, or a local wide excision or lumpectomy.
Simple wide excision defects, for example, can be filled by mobilising adjacent breast tissue [10].