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Mohs Surgery Case Study - Steven Smith, MD, Wellesley, MA
Day 14: After One Excellagen Treatment

Day 14: After
One Excellagen
Treatment

Day 49: After Three Excellagen Treatments. Full Re-Epithelialization

Day 22: After
Two Excellagen
Treatments

Day 49: After Three Excellagen Treatments. Full Re-Epithelialization

Day 49: After
Three Excellagen
Treatments. Full
Re-Epithelialization


Initial surgical wound size: 6.4x5.4 cm
Wound size at 4 weeks (one week after third treatment): 2.5x4.5 cm


Patient Data
Age
75
Sex
Male
General Health Status
Nursing home resident with dementia.
Mohs surgery performed on recurrent
squamous cell carcinoma. Repair with skin
grafting not feasible due to expectation
that patient would disturb surgical dressings.
Mohs Surgical Site
Left-Posterior Ear/Mastoid.
Excellagen Treatment Days 4, 14, and 22 post-surgery

Excellagen is indicated for the management of wounds. Although many patients benefit from the use of the product, results may vary. Please see full prescribing information.