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BMI The Huddersfield Hospital in West Yorkshire offers a directly accessible cardiology service for patients with suspected and known heart problems. This service is complemented by a range of non-invasive cardiology investigations.
Skin lesion removal is the removal of a mole, wart, skin tag or other skin growth. This may be by having it cut out, frozen off, treated with special creams, or using heat, laser or light therapy.
Most skin lesions or skin tags are harmless and don’t need to be removed. If your skin lesion is causing you significant problems, or you don’t like the way it looks, you can choose to have it removed.
The treatment your consultant recommends for you will depend on the type of skin lesion or skin tag you have and where it is on your body. Your consultant will discuss with you what will happen before, during and after your procedure, and any aftercare you may need.
A skin biopsy is a procedure where a small sample of skin is removed for testing. This sample will help your consultant diagnose your skin condition.
Once you condition is diagnosed, your consultant will be able to recommend a treatment for you.
A mole removal is also known as a mole excision. To remove your mole your consultant will cut around the mole and remove it, the mole will then be taken away to be tested and your consultant will stitch your wound and dress it to allow it to heal.
To make an appointment or for further information please call 01484 533131 or alternatively, make an online enquiry.
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