Abundance of Non Melanocytic Skin Cancer Surgeries in Outpatient Operation Room of Sina Hospital in 2017
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The aim of this study is to estimate the abundance of Non Melanocytic Skin Cancer surgeries in outpatient operation room of Sina hospital of Tabriz in 2017. Materials and Methods: In this study, which is a descriptive epidemiologic study, was studied information on the type of skin cancer based on pathology, age and sex of the patients, anatomical location of the skin lesions, the presence of lesion margin, the type of surgical technique and the size of the tumor recorded in the file and sample of all patients with skin cancer that was referred to Sina Hospital of Tabriz in 2017. Results: In this study, 277 patients underwent surgery and 338 NMSC surgeries were performed,242 patients undergoing surgery once and 35 patients undergoing various surgical procedures. The abundance of each tumor was respectively: 279 cases (82.5%) BCC and 45 cases (13.3%) SCC and 11 cases (3.3%) AK with severe dysplasia and 3 cases (0.9%) Bowen. Based on the surgical technique, 151 cases (44.7%) primary excision and 53 cases (15.7%) excision with secondary healing and 121 cases (35.8%) flap and 13 cases (3.8%) were graft. Based on the pathology, 309 cases (91.4%) were free margin and 29 cases (8.6%) had marginal involvement.