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surgical removal

The removal of tissue by scalpel or other cutting instrument.
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Surgical excision is required in all cases while role of adjuvant chemotherapy and radiotherapy is not clearly demonstrated in literature.
If the cause is a foreign body within the paw, surgical excision may be curative.
Surgical excision of intramuscular hemangioma is considered main treatment modality.
The recommended treatment for a PUC is complete surgical excision of the cyst (1,2).
FOR SELECTED PATIENTS with basal cell carcinoma, one-stop shopping--diagnosing, subtyping, and excising the lesion all in one visit--using reflectance confocal microscopy was found noninferior to the standard approach of obtaining a punch biopsy to diagnose and subtype the lesion in one visit and performing surgical excision in a separate visit.
All missed foci of microinvasion and invasion, both cases of DCIS downgraded to atypical ductal hyperplasia, and a case of DCIS involving sclerosing adenosis on surgical excision were identified in this manner.
Surgical excision and ligation of the cyst pedicle were performed.
Its manifestation is a mass growing inside the affected cavity and the only treatment is surgical excision.
The treatment of choice for ear tumor is surgical excision.
Recurrence rates for pre-invasive and invasive OSSN following surgical excision range from 15% to 52%.
Follow-up surgical excision is still recommended after a core needle biopsy diagnosis of DCIS, as there is a 25% risk of finding invasive disease upon surgical excision.