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 pic of SCC or ka. 

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 wedge excision under local anaesthetic today

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Patient permission to post pics. Tight across top lip. Told this will ease and stretch out with time 

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Wedge excision went down right side of chin. Dissolvable sutures.

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     squamous cell carcinoma

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Keratoacanthoma or squamous cell carcinoma. Awaiting results.

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day five after surgery. Swollen, cleaning with salt and water, application of Vaseline, sometimes antibiotic grease, microspore tape. 

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Ouch, looks very sore.  Heal up well.

 

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Pathology result squamous cell carcinoma completely removed.

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Squamous cell carcinoma completely removed. This one approx 18 months visible on surface.

  • If you see anything like this, earlier detection is always best. Don't leave it.
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 day seven after surgery, wedge excision SCC lip

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Thinking that something will go away and waiting for it to go away is a huge risk. Seek diagnosis asap.

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Surgery was quick and painless.

Recovery not too slow with focus on liquified raw foods. Follow up tests.

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 three weeks after surgery

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Can eat soft foods. Dissolvable stitches have dissolved. Still some difficulties talking smiling laughing but told skin will stretch. Scan in a few weeks to see if scc has spread.

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