By James E. Fitzpatrick MD, Joseph G. Morelli MD
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The choice of the biopsy technique requires knowledge of basic dermatology, most specifically, where in the skin the pathology is likely to be located. A shave biopsy is usually the most superficial of the skin biopsies and particularly useful when the lesion is in or close to the epidermis. A shave biopsy is best for pedunculated, papular, or otherwise exophytic lesions. It is particularly useful for diagnosis of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, seborrheic keratoses, warts, intradermal nevi, and pyogenic granulomas.
Bacterial cultures are useful when active infection of the skin is suspected. Bacterial cultures demonstrate high yields in superficial infections such as impetigo, ecthyma, and infected ulcers, and lower yields in cellulitis. When culturing superficial infections, the involved area should first be cleaned with an alcohol pad and then thoroughly swabbed. A higher concentration of bacteria may be found at the point of maximal inflammation. The best results in cellulitis are obtained when the leading edge is injected with nonbacteriostatic saline using a 20-gauge needle mounted on a tuberculin syringe.
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