Skin Tumours

Skin Tumours. The range of skin tumours spreads widely from a simple birth mark or mole to a malignant melanoma. The diagnosis is in the domain of Dermatology, the removal and reconstruction has always been in the range of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In the case of a classic mole, a simple surgery and fine stitching is usually sufficient. In potentially malignant tumours, such as the removal of a malignant melanoma, a more complex reconstruction is required. In any case, such tumours will be removed with the necessary security measures, and closely examined under a microscope to ensure your maximum safety. We will discuss this calmly and in detail in your personal consultation. You can be assured, my claim is to always safely achieve the unobtrusive removal of these tumours.

For every operation:

Do not take blood thinning drugs such as aspirin, ASS, Plavix, Warfarin etc, 14 days before the elective surgery!

We would be pleased to provide you with detailed information about skin tumours on your request.

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