Surgical removal of giant cutaneous horn from a pyogenic granuloma

This video depicts the surgical excision of a pyogenic granuloma on the lower eyelid.

The patient was brought into the operating room and general anesthesia was induced,

the base of the lesion was injected with lidocaine and epinephrine. A warm compress

was applied to soften the crusted lesion. The crust was then gently elevated revealing

the giant pyogenic granuloma. A chalazion curette was used to completely remove the

lesion. A chalazion clamp was utilized to stabilize the lid and for hemostasis purposes.

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