Behnam, Ben E, MD Dermatology & Hair Rstrtn
2825 Santa Monica Blvd # 303a,
West LA, Mid-City
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Actinic Keratosis, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma, Melanoma, Mohs Nicrographic Surgery, Basal Cell Carcinoma, Melanoma Is the Most Lethal Type of Skin Cancer. Melanoma Mainly Affects Middle-Aged & Young Individuals, Particularly Fair Skin Types. It Is the Second Most Common Malignancy in Males Between the Ages of 30 to 49 & the Fourth Most Common Malignancy in Males Between the Ages of 50 to 59. About Thirty Percent of Melanomas Arise From Prior Moles While Seventy Percent of Melanomas Arise in Normal Skin & Not From Pre-Existing Moles.Based Upon the 2009 American Cancer Society Statistics, There Were 121,840 New Cases of Melanomas & 8,650 Deaths. This Means That 19 Americans Die of Melanoma Every Day, Which Is Almost One Person Per Hour., Behnam Is a Member of the American Society for Mohs Surgery & Was Trained Under the Renowned & Prominent Mohs Surgeon Dr. Christopher Zachary. Mohs Micrographic Surgery Is a Tissue Sparing Procedure Designed for Removal of Skin Cancers, Such as Basal Cell Carcinomas & Squamous Cell Carcinomas. Mohs Micrographic Surgery Allows for Complete Examination of All Surgical Margins to Ensure That Margins Are Completely Clear of Tumor. It Is Typically Indicated for Skin Cancers on the Face, Where Tissue Preservation Is Paramount. It Can Also Be Employed for Aggressive Types of Tumors, Tumor Size Greater Than 2 Cm & Recurrent Skin Cancers. There Are Four Major Steps, Surgical Removal of the Skin Cancer, Preparation of the Tissue for Pathology Reading by a Technician Using a Cryostat, Reading the Pathology Specimen Under a Microscope, & Then Surgical Reconstruction of the Defect. Mohs Surgery Allows for a Cure Rate of 97% to 99% for Basal Cell Carcinomas., What Is Mohs Micrographic Surgery, What Are the Indication for Ohs Micrographic Surgery...
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