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Skin Cancer: Recognition and Management. Blackwell, Oxford, United Kingdom, Basal cell carcinoma: histological classification and body-site distribution. Br J Dermatol. RAS declares that he has no competing interests. RAS is an author of a number of references cited in this topic. Professor Robert A. Schwartz would like to gratefully acknowledge Dr James R. DeBloom and Dr Drazen Jukic, the previous contributors to this topic. JRD and DJ declare that they have no competing interests.
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Basal-cell carcinoma BCC , also known as basal-cell cancer , is the most common type of skin cancer. Risk factors include exposure to ultraviolet light , having lighter skin , radiation therapy , long-term exposure to arsenic and poor immune-system function. It remains unclear whether sunscreen affects the risk of basal-cell cancer. Individuals with a basal-cell carcinoma typically present with a shiny, pearly skin nodule.
Clinical variants, stages, and management of basal cell carcinoma
It most frequently presents on the face, causing functional and aesthetic morbidity in patients. Its treatment consists in resection of the lesion while preserving the skin's function with the least possible deformity. The following characteristics were analyzed: age, sex, skin color, comorbidities, sun exposure, prior dermatological consultation, lesion site, lesion size, clinical type, histological type, reconstruction type, surgical complications, surgical margins, management of compromised surgical margins, anatomical pathology after reintervention, recurrence, and appearance of another primary lesion in the same patient. Female patients accounted for Sun exposure was reported in The mean lesion size was 0. A local flap was used in