This Wedge Excision course will teach you:
- To excise a lesion along with a small margin of normal tissue around it. An auricular wedge excision is often performed after trauma, bites or malignancies. With the excision, a V-shaped tissue is removed to ensure primary closure.
With the following tips you might perform the Wedge Excision even better:
- Wedge excision on ear
After studying the Wedge Excision course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- External deformities
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Step by step
Mark the lesion and the step-based wedge.
Wedge excision on ear
When performing this technique on the ear, using the step-based shape will result in a more accurate approximation of the two ends without dog-ear formation .
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