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Reconstruction of Basal Cell Carcinoma over Face by Facial Flaps –Study of 30 Cases
TAJ Journal of Teachers Association
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer.85% of BCC are located in the head and neck area, of which 30% on the nose. After excision of BCC on the face, the options of treatment for a skin defect are variable. Many surgeons prefer to use a local flap rather than skin graft or free flap for small or moderately sized circular defects after excision of BCC on the face.Methods: All of the patients were histopathologically diagnosed as Basal cell carcinoma, thirty patients underwentdoi:10.3329/taj.v30i2.39133 fatcat:zwc4alaja5bflmb4mcywdlcswi