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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr James Langtry
Dr Cliff Lawrence
Dermoscopy prior to Mohs micrographic surgery does not improve tumour margin assessment and leads to fewer Mohs stages2018
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr Neil Rajan
Squamous cell carcinoma and multiple familial trichoepitheliomas: A recurrent association2018
Dr Neil Rajan
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Squamous cell carcinomas in linear epidermal naevi2018
Dr James Langtry
Dr Clifford Lawrence
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Safety, complications and patients’ acceptance of Mohs micrographic surgery under local anaesthesia: results from the U.K. MAPS (Mohs Acceptance and Patient Safety) Collaboration Group2017
Dr Neil Rajan
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Professor Ruth Plummer
Dr James Langtry
Advanced basal cell carcinomas treated by vismodegib and Mohs micrographic surgery: does neoadjuvant treatment have a role?2016
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr Cliff Lawrence
Dr James Langtry
Diagnostic biopsy before Mohs micrographic surgery, frequency of change in diagnosis and impact on management2016
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr Clifford Lawrence
Dr James Langtry
Electrosurgical resurfacing of rhinophyma: long-term follow-up, surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction2016
Dr Tee Siah
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr James Langtry
Hair transplantation to repair the eyebrow following Mohs micrographic surgery of basal cell carcinoma of the forehead and eyebrow2016
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr Cliff Lawrence
Dr James Langtry
Helical rim reconstruction utilizing a postauricular interpolation flap2016
Dr Thomas Oliphant
Dr Clifford Lawrence
Eric Barnes
Dr Julie Dickinson
Dr James Langtry
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Mohs micrographic surgery is the required treatment for periocular microcystic adnexal carcinoma to maximize the possibility of tumour clearance2016
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