Dermatology
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freezes.jpg (3191 bytes) Spray Freezing (2:07 min)
Demonstration of pinpoint bombing of a small flat lesion on a patient's leg, followed by spray freezing of a raised wart that has been previously anesthetized with EMLA cream.

 

punchp.jpg (2753 bytes) Punch Biopsy (5:13 min)
Demonstration of a punch biopsy performed on pig skin, including a vertical mattress closure of the biopsy site.

 

punchs.jpg (2847 bytes) Punch Biopsy (1:13 min)
An abdominal mole is injected with anesthetic (Lidocaine and epinephrine) and removed.

 

close.jpg (3587 bytes) Punch Site Closure (3:03 min)
The punch biopsy site from the previous video segment is closed by the vertical mattress technique using 4-0 Prolene suture material.


shavep.jpg (2687 bytes) Shave Biopsy (1:31 min)
Proper shave biopsy technique using a double edge razor blade is demonstrated on pig skin.

 

shaves.jpg (2738 bytes)   Shave Biopsy (1:38 min)
Demonstration of shave technique on a previously anesthetized abdominal mole.

 

hyfrec.jpg (4153 bytes) Hyfrecator Basics (1:57 min)
Basic tutorial on the use of a hyfrecator unit to destroy skin tags.

 

tag.jpg (2909 bytes) Skin Tag Removal (6:49 min)
Multiple skin tags of various size are removed using the hyfrecator unit and also scissors. Included is a discussion of the use of Drysol to stop bleeding.

 

lipoma.jpg (3107 bytes) Incision and Tumor Removal (6:43 min)
A small abdominal lipoma is removed from a previously anesthetized patient (local injection of Lidocaine and epinephrine) and the incision site is closed using a one layered closure (vertical mattress suture using 4-0 Prolene.)

 

 

Dermatology  

John L. Bezzant,M.D.