Basal Cell Carcinoma: Analysis of Factors Associated With Incomplete Excision at a Referral Hospital in Southern Spain

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Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most prevalent malignancy, with excision as the best therapeutic approach. Incomplete excision of nonmelanoma skin cancer is a clinical indicator of the surgical technique performed. This retrospective study of 292 patients with BCC assessed the rate of incomplete excision in a tertiary referral hospital in southern Spain and its relationship with tumor location as well as histologic and surgical features.


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