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Deep shave biopsy: A deep shave biopsy is the removal of a skin lesion, suspected of being cancerous, with a wide rim of epidermis and dermis; the sample of tissue is examined microscopically for cancer cells. This type of biopsy is warranted when the clinical diagnosis is a benign lesion but malignancy cannot be ruled out.
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