Lesions occur mainly on chronically exposed areas:
Face (especially lips, ear, nose, cheek, and eyelid) (1)
Lesions occur chiefly on chronically sun-exposed areas.
Face and backs o...
First-line treatment for cutaneous SCC is complete surgical excision with histopathologic control of excision margins.
Surgical excision provides these benefits (4):
Patients with high-risk cutaneous squamous cell cancer have increased risk of recurrence, lymph node, or distant metastases (4).
From the lesions at risk, 7–80% will locally recur...
C44.92 Squamous cell carcinoma of skin, unspecified
C44.320 Squamous cell carcinoma of skin of unspecified parts of face
C44.42 Squamous cell carcinoma of skin of scalp and neck
Cutaneous SCC associated with UV light exposure and immunosuppression
Head and neck are the most common regions for invasive cutaneous SCC.
MMS provides cure rates of 97% for primary cut...
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