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This patient in her eighties presented with a several month history of a slowly growing lesion on her left cheek. We removed it in the office and had a pathologist check the margins prior to final closure. It ended up being a basosquamous skin cancer, a more aggressive kind of skin cancer that can still be easily cured with surgery. The area was closed by moving tissue from her cheek and placing the scar along the side of her nose and under her eye. Her postoperative photos were taken about three months following the procedure. No revision procedures were needed.