Mohs cryostats are specially designed cryostats for Mohs micrographic surgery. The Mohs micrographic procedure is a precise, tissue-sparing skin cancer removal technique developed by surgeon Frederick Mohs in the 1930s. Still popular today, the method offers high cure rates for various cancers, including squamous and basal cell carcinomas.
Cryostats enable surgeons to obtain thin sections from a piece of tissue and preserve them at low temperatures. The cryostat’s blade is inside the freezer chamber, while the wheel for rotating the sample holder is outside the device.
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