Excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous

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What is an Excision, Tumor, Soft Tissue of Foot or Toe; Subcutaneous Procedure?

An excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous procedure is an operation to remove a tumor located in the soft tissue beneath the skin of the foot or toe.

Why Would I Get an Excision, Tumor, Soft Tissue of Foot or Toe; Subcutaneous Procedure?

An excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous procedure may be necessary if a tumor is causing pain, infection, or is being monitored for malignancy.

What Happens During an Excision, Tumor, Soft Tissue of Foot or Toe; Subcutaneous Procedure?

During an excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous procedure, the surgeon numbs the area with a local anesthetic and then makes a small incision to access the tumor, removing it with precision. The wound is then closed with sutures or staples.

What to Expect After an Excision, Tumor, Soft Tissue of Foot or Toe; Subcutaneous Procedure?

After an excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous procedure, it is likely that there will be some soreness, bruising, and swelling around the wound. Pain medication can be prescribed to alleviate this. It is important to keep the area clean, and follow-up appointments should be made with the surgeon.

Conclusion

An excision, tumor, soft tissue of foot or toe; subcutaneous procedure is an operation to remove a tumor located in the soft tissue beneath the skin of the foot or toe. This procedure may be necessary if the tumor is causing pain, infection, or is being monitored for malignancy. During the procedure the surgeon numbs the area with a local anesthetic and makes a small incision to remove the tumor. After the procedure, there may be some soreness, bruising, and swelling around the wound. It is important to keep the area clean and attend follow up appointments with the surgeon.

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