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A renal transplant patient with a history of numerous squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) presents to you with a growing lesion on the left forearm. It measures 1.5 cm and is quite tender. On histopathology there is a well-differentiated cutaneous (cSCC) measuring 1.8 mm in Breslow depth. No other characteristics of the tumor are commented on in the pathology report. Would micrographic dermatologic surgery (Mohs) be considered appropriate and generally accepted in this scenario based on the published Mohs appropriate use criteria (AUC)?

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