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9/18/20
Punch Biopsy - Medical Animation
 
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Punch Biopsy - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation demonstrates a punch biopsy a surgical techniques commonly used to obtain a sample tissue of suspected skin disorder. A skin biopsy is used to view under a microscope and make a diagnosis of skin pathologies, including warts and moles, skin cancers and other growths, allergic reactions, bacterial or fungal infections, acne, psoriasis, and injuries and scarring.

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