Benign Skin Lesions

Request for a referral for removal of benign skin lesions.

Related keywords
Warts and plantar warts, seborrhoeic keratoses (benign skin growths, basal cell papillomas, warts), spider naevi, thread veins, benign pigmented naevi (moles), dermatofibromas (skin growths), skin tags, sebaceous cysts (pilar & epidermoid cysts), lipomata (fat deposits underneath the skin), xanthelasmas (cholesterol deposits underneath the skin) and port wine stains
Who can apply
General Practitioner
Referral routes
Prior Approval

Benign skin lesions are non-cancerous lumps or bumps such as moles, cysts, warts or skin tags. They can be removed from the skin using chemical and surgical procedures.

(Also known as or related to – warts and plantar warts, seborrhoeic keratoses (benign skin growths, basal cell papillomas, warts), spider naevi, thread veins, benign pigmented naevi (moles), dermatofibromas (skin growths), skin tags, sebaceous cysts (pilar & epidermoid cysts), lipomata (fat deposits underneath the skin), xanthelasmas (cholesterol deposits underneath the skin) and port wine stains)

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Filename: BENIGN-SKIN-LESION.PDF
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Description: This is a Prior Approval policy.  Please complete the PA application form for all patients requiring this intervention.  IF the patient clearly meets the criteria, please forward the application to the EFR Team and await confirmation of funding before making a referral.
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Description: Please complete this form for all patients requiring this intervention. IF the patient clearly meets the criteria, please forward the application to the EFR Team and await confirmation of funding before making a referral.