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No, In that case it would grow back first so keep monitoring.
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No, it is not likely.
It is possible but highly unlikely to spread like that.
There would be some sign like hard area or ulcer would form in the area.
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If original growth had already spread by blood before removal, the seeding may remain dormant at distant place some time and grow later so monitor whole body for secondary growth. At same place a growth underneath skin is possible but will show up as nodule with normal skin over it.
looks like infected hair root. Not usual figure of anything cancerous.
No basal cell carcinoma in no time forms an ulcer that eats away surrounding normal skin. Just some sebaceous cyst like structure.
Any cancer spreads locally at very early stage - like feet of a crab, hence the name. If you could remove original lesion without bleeding and disfigurement, it was not spreading.
No it was just minor blemish and has healed almost totally. Cancer lesion will never heal so fast.
Yes a surgical procedure with knife can do that. It has to be total wide excision and biopsy.
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Id of cells no problem. If cancer like cells preserved with proper medium, they will be surely seen and identified.
Yes the cells will remain intact and identifiable indefinitely in proper preservative fluid.