Using Frozen Sections for Primary Diagnosis of Skin Lesions?
I know many dermatologists are reading their own biopsies after sending the specimen off to a lab for processing and getting returned slides. What about using just a Mohs type (en face) or a 90 deg cross section type frozen section for primary diagnosis without subsequent permanent sections via routine processing?
Frozen sections for rapid diagnosis of skin conditions.
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