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Skinning vulvectomy

Skinning vulvectomy

Skinning vulvectomy: A skinning vulvectomy is the surgical removal of the top layer of vulvar skin to eliminate cancerous tissue. This operation is seldom performed.

Diseases And Conditions Treated: Skinning vulvectomy

These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Skinning vulvectomy:

Other Surgical Options: Skinning vulvectomy

Surgical procedure options to consider as an alternative for Skinning vulvectomy may include these surgeries:

Anesthetic Requirements for Skinning vulvectomy

These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Skinning vulvectomy may include:

  • General or local anesthesia

Procedure Complications: Skinning vulvectomy

Possible surgical complications of Skinning vulvectomy may include:

Prognosis for a Good Outcome: Skinning vulvectomy

The prognosis for a good medical outcome: Cancer is successfully removed, but there can be problems with vulvar deformity and sexual desire.

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