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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Tumor's Characteristics and Histologic Subtype as a Predictor for Subclinical Spread and Number of Mohs Stages required to Achieve Tumor-Free Margins.

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Summary of "Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Tumor's Characteristics and Histologic Subtype as a Predictor for Subclinical Spread and Number of Mohs Stages required to Achieve Tumor-Free Margins."

To describe the behavior of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) based on tumor's characteristics.

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Name: Puerto Rico health sciences journal
ISSN: 2373-6011
Pages: 40-45

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