A simple technique for the excision of vascular malformations of the scalp
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A simple technique for the excision of vascular malformations of the scalp is described herein. Surgical excision is easily accomplished by placing hemostatic sutures all around the lesion outside the line of excision, whereby minimal blood loss is achieved. The resulting defect can be covered by a split skin graft or flap.
Key Wordsexcision vascular malformation scalp
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