Nov 2018 Supplemental Issue Dermatologic Surgery


Closure of Post-Excision Defect of Basal Cell Carcinoma With Full Thickness Skin Graft Method: 3 Case Reports

Cory Wigati, Hilda Brigitta, Airin R Mappewali, Anis Irawan Anwar, Siswanto Wahab, Khairuddin Djawad, Idrianti Idrus

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer which is derived from unkeratinized cells in the basal epidermal layer. BCC occurring on the head and neck accounts for 80% of all cases while 30% occurs on the nose. The lesion grows slowly is locally invasive and destructive. The combination of operative therapy and histologic confirmation is the standard approach in the management of BCC. In addition, aesthetic aspect has to be taken account.

Defect Reconstruction Using Transpositional Flap Following Surgery for Nasal Basal Cell Carcinoma

Defect Reconstruction Using Transpositional Flap Following Surgery for Nasal Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin malignancy that arises from unkeratinized basal cells in the epidermis. It occurs mostly on the head and neck (80%) and nose (30%). The lesion is locally invasive, destructive, and has a slow growth. Moh’s micrographic surgery is the standard option in treating BCC.