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A patient presents to you for micrographic dermatologic surgery of a large 3.0 cm squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the right lower extremity. On clinical examination, the plaque is quite inflammatory. During preoperative questioning, you determine that the patient has well-controlled rheumatoid arthritis and is currently taking methotrexate and low-dose prednisone. His other past medical history is significant for recent joint replacement 6 months ago with a postoperative joint infection requiring repeat surgery, diabetes mellitus type II, and chronic renal failure (grade III). Which antibiotic regimen is most appropriate?

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