Soft tissue and skin tumours have acquired an increasing importance since the creation of genetic sampling techniques. As have conservative procedures where the balance between a complete and satisfactory resection with aesthetic conservation is key.

At the SOU, our stuff understands the importance of aesthetics, incorporating Mohs Surgery
Mohs Surgery is a non-invasive and conservative surgical procedure indicated in high aesthetic impact sites, such as the face or hands: and is based on micro-guided oncologic resection.

This allows for a resection aimed towards the dermal sectors with tumour invasion and respecting non-invaded sectors. By achieving this objective, the resections make the oncological the prime objective, while avoiding traumatic resections.

The SOU also is in charge of melanoma follow-ups, care and control. We also take care of more critical skin oncology processes such as basal-cell and squamous cell carcinomas.