SMALL SKIN CHANGES
Our body contains many changes on the skin. These changes are most commonly benign, and they occur in the form of minor scratches at the skin level or above the level of the skin. Skin changes can be pigmented or pigmented. By the time of some of these changes, the effects of harmful factors, usually sun rays, or some other forms of radiation can change and become malignant. A change that is suspected of being malignant or becoming a malignant need to be removed and sent to a pathohistological analysis that gives a 100% finding of what kind of change has been made. Some of the most common changes on our body are:
• Actinic keratosis
• Skin fibers
• Seboroic keratosis
• Pigmented nevus
It is necessary to draw attention if you have coagulopathies, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, kidney or heart disease, and if you are taking anticoagulants (Aspirin, Andol, Plavix, Sintra).
- Anesthesia: The surgical procedure is most often done in local anesthesia.
- Duration: The duration of the surgical procedure is about 20 minutes.
After surgery, you go home. Analgesics and antibiotics are administered as needed. Regular activities can usually be returned the same day. The ends are removed 7-12 days depending on the region. After removing the threads, the scar is treated with scar tissue to make it as insignificant as possible.
Complications are rare. Infection can occur, and as a late complication and the formation of hypertrophic scars.