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Lesion Removal

Lesion excision is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of growths from a specific area of the body. The procedure is typically performed to address various medical conditions or aesthetic concerns.

Lesions that can be removed include

  1. Nevi (moles)

  2. Lipomas (Fatty growths)

  3. Osteomas (calcified bony masses)

  4. Cysts

  5. Other benign lesions or growths

Lesion excision can be performed using a variety of techniques that will depend on the location and size of the lesion to be removed, as well as the patient's overall health and medical history.

Lesion excision is often used to remove benign tumors or growths that are causing discomfort, causing cosmetic concern or affecting the function of nearby organs or tissues. It may also be used to remove abnormal tissue or lesions, such as those that are cancerous or pre-cancerous. 

The procedure typically involves making an incision in the skin near the area to be treated. The lesion is then carefully removed using surgical instruments, and the incision is closed using sutures or other methods.

Recovery time will depend on the extent of the procedure and the patient's overall health, but most patients can expect to return to their normal activities within 1-2 weeks

Removal of moles, cysts, lipomas etc: Service
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