WHAT IS SURGICAL REMOVAL OF LESIONS FROM THE INTIMATE AREA?
Surgical removal of lesions from the intimate area is a procedure involving removal of abnormal skin lesions or mucous membranes from the genitals, anus or groin area. This may include removal of warts, condyloma, nodules, cysts, polyps, or other lesions.
There are some cases where surgical removal of lesions from the intimate area is necessary, and laser treatment may not be applied. First of all - the size and depth of the lesion may exclude the use of laser. Laser may be effective in removing small and superficially located lesions such as warts or hemangiomas, but in case of larger and deeper lesions, surgical removal may be the only option for the patient.
Additionally, some types of lesions may require a more complex surgical approach, including removal of the whole lesion together with surrounding tissue.
- Genital condyloma
- Inflammation or infection in the intimate area
- Chronic diseases that may increase the risk of complications
- Problems with blood clotting or use of anticoagulants
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