Hand/finger lesion excision

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What is a Hand/Finger Lesion Excision?

A Hand/Finger Lesion Excision is a procedure in which a lesion (a growth or abnormality) is removed from the hand or finger.

Why would I get a Hand/Finger Lesion Excision?

This procedure is typically done to remove any abnormal growths that can cause pain, infection, inflammation, or dysfunction of the hand and/or finger.

What happens during a Hand/Finger Lesion Excision?

A Hand/Finger Lesion Excision is typically done through an incision in the skin over the lesion. The lesion is then located and removed with a scalpel or other surgical instrument. The incision may then be closed with sutures or left open.

What to expect after a Hand/Finger Lesion Excision?

After the procedure, the area may be sore and swollen. You may be given a bandage to protect the area and told to keep it clean and dry. You may also be prescribed antibiotics to reduce risk of infection and/or given instructions for physical therapy for the area.

Conclusion

A Hand/Finger Lesion Excision is a procedure in which a lesion on the hand or finger is removed. It is typically done to reduce pain, inflammation, infection, or dysfunction and is followed by a recovery period.

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