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A 3-mm segment of this nerve was excised with scissors.
The greater petrosal nerve was severed so that a 1-cm segment of this nerve was excised along with the geniculate ganglion.
The mass was excised while the patient was under a short period of general anesthesia.
Pyogenic granulomas appear to be hormone-dependent because those that are not excised resolve after pregnancy.
Pyogenic granulomas arise from a narrow base, usually on the nasal septum, and they are easily excised.