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Small margin excision of periocular basal cell carcinomas
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    Excision of periocular basal cell carcinoma

    Dear Editor, We read the paper by Chadha and Wright on small margin excision of periocular basal cell carcinoma (BCC) with interest. (1)The authors justify the use of small margins, without margin control (excision and closure without confirmation of histologically clear margins) by their low recurrence rates over a follow up period ranging from 37-59 months.

    There has been extensive debate on the ideal approach to...

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