Surgery

Logan Mark Skelley, M.D.


Dr. Skelley joins Drs. Stephen Behlmer and Jeffry Goldes and staff this summer. He will start seeing patients in August! Dr. Skelley is an avid tennis player, a certified PADI Scuba Diver, plays piano, guitar, and ukulele, He also enjoys hiking, camping and mountain climbing.

Dr. Skelley attended medical school at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and fulfilled an internship at Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital. His residency was at Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology where he also had a Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship.

Medical School
University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Internship
Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital

Residency
Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology

Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship
Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology


Electrodessication & Curettage (E C & D)

The tumor and any surrounding skin affected by the cancer is scraped off using a curette (harp spoon-like instrument). We proceed to remove the skin until we reach the healthy living tissue underneath so new healthier skin will emerge. This treatment provides great results and is less invasive than many other skin cancer procedures.


Excision of malignant cells

The cancerous tumor is excised with some of the surrounding healthy tissue and is then submitted to our laboratory for the evaluation of margins. Excision has a high cure rate and can reduce the risk of cancer from reoccurring.

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