This Partial Vulvectomy course will teach you:
- To resect tissue affected by cancer or premalignant lesions
- Types of vulvectomy procedures: Simple vulvectomy, Radical vulvectomy, Radical local excision, Partial vulvectomy and Skinning vulvectomy
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Partial Vulvectomy:
- Urethral avoidance
With the following tips you might perform the Partial Vulvectomy even better:
- Role of acetic acid in identifying the suspicious tissue
- Incision depth
- Facilitating the incision by countraction on the skin
- Ensuring hemostasis
- Advantage of using vertical mattress suture
After studying this Partial Vulvectomy course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- Flap necrosis
- Ureteral strictures
- Wound dehiscence
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Step by step
Apply acetic acid to the skin around the suspected lesion.
Role of acetic acid
The application of acetic acid over the suspected lesion will allow for the affected area to be more prominent secondary to redness that will occur.
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