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basal cell carcinoma
It is a type of skin cancer in which tissue grows slowly and does not spread to the rest of the body, and is most commonly found on the head and neck in areas exposed to sunlight. Occurs in people over 40 years of age
Usually there are no symptoms, perhaps bleeding, itching, and no injury. which doctors classify according to the shape and color
It depends on the symptoms shown on the skin. A biopsy is required to confirm the diagnosis.
Biopsy and excision of the wound area if the wound is small and other methods such as electrosurgery Cryosurgery, cryosurgery, radiation therapy, or molecule surgery are used to remove lesions on the nose and eyelids when recurrence occurs.
Things to do
You should follow up with your doctor for treatment.
Daily life history should be made after returning home.
Should avoid sunlight, especially young children.
You should have your skin checked once a year or more as your doctor recommends.
You should notify your doctor if you find any abnormal facial skin lesions. Uneven color, incurable
Sunscreen should be applied at least SPF15 onwards.
Do not expose to the sun during 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Do not wait for Wella if you notice any abnormalities on your skin.