The study also shows that the public thinks "cosmetic surgeons" require less specialized training than "plastic" or "reconstructive surgeons." Women made up about 66% of the group, which included 29 people who said they had cosmetic, plastic, or reconstructive surgery.
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Dr. Miller, who is in private practice in Yorba Linda, Calif., represents the American Academy of Dermatology on the AMA-CPT Advisory Committee. By Alexander Miller, MD, September 02, 2013 You have just completed a three-stage Mohs surgical excision of a biopsy-proven recurrent morpheaform basal cell carcinoma located on a Medicare patients nose.
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