Procedures

Skin Cancer Treatment

Skin Cancer Treatment

Surgical treatment of skin cancers and other skin lesions either in rooms or in hospital. Dr Rowe offers all surgical treatments for skin cancers including BCC, SCC, Melanoma and benign lesions.

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Skin Grafts

Skin Grafts

Skin grafts are done to move skin from one area on the body to another – either following surgical removal of a lesion such as a skin cancer, or to heal a wound caused by trauma or similar misadventure.

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Skin Flaps

Skin Flaps

Skin is moved around in a particular pattern in a particular area to reconstruct a defect, often after removal of a skin cancer.

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Free Flaps

Free Flaps

A complex surgery where tissue of varying types is raised on a vascular pedicle ( artery and vein) and transferred to a remote part of the body, such as from the thigh to the face, involving microsurgery to reconnect the vessels.

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Acute Hand Surgery

Acute Hand Surgery

Repair of traumatic or infective injuries of the hand and upper limb, including fractures and dislocations, lacerations, burns, and deep and superficial infections.

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Routine Hand Surgery

Routine Hand Surgery

Treatment of non-acute conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, trigger finger, ganglions, mucous cysts and any “cold” condition of the hand or arm.

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Breast Reduction & Mastopexy

Breast Reduction & Mastopexy

Reduction in size and reshaping of the female breast, or simply lifting and reshaping with no reduction in volume and size.

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Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty

Removal of excess abdominal skin and fat, often following weight loss or pregnancy.

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Due to changes necessary to maintain social distancing we have made some changes to how we are running consultations in rooms.  This is necessary to minimise the possible risk of transmission of COVID-19.  Please only attend your appointment with a single support person unless absolutely necessary, as we have limited space in our waiting area.  While waiting for your appointment we ask that you maintain proper distancing in the waiting room, and if necessary wait in the building corridor.

Previous restrictions on elective surgery in Queensland have been lifted, and we are operating at full capacity.  However, this may change with little notice depending on new case prevalence in queensland.  This would be a restriction imposed by Queensland Helath ans a Public Health regulation and we have no control over this.  Unfortunately this could lead to delays in your consultation or surgery.

Please be patient as we all work through these difficult times.  See this blog post for more…