SCC

WHAT IS SCC?
Skin cancers is classified as skin cancer and non-melanoma skin cancers(NMSC). NMSC is one of the two main types of skin cancer: SCC (Squamous cell carcinoma); it is the second most common form of skin cancer and develops in squamous cells of the epidermis.

WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR APPLICATION ?
SCC occurs mainly in white-skinned people, but its frequency varies greatly between countries. The lifetime risk for SCC development at the age of 70 in Australia is 28%; in contrast, the lifetime risk in Canada is 5%. The development of SCC is tightly related to the hours when the region receives sunlight and proximity to the equator. SCC occurs in the form of thickened, red, flaked spots in the body areas most exposed to UV rays (e.g., ears, face, neck and forearm). It tends to metastasize more than BCC.Risk factors are similar to BHK. Major risk factors for SCC Genetic factors, UV exposure, HPV infection, nutritional factors, immunosuppression, smoking, chronic arsenic exposure.

SCCs tend to grow slowly and can usually be surgically removed without any serious risk. SCC is usually not fatal, but surgical treatment can be painful and can lead to scars.

WHAT ARE THE AREAS FOR APPLICATION ?
This is applied to all body parts.

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