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Time off Work: 0-2 weeks
Back to Normal: around 3 weeks
Skin cancers have become a lot more common over the last decade. There are two main types of skin cancer: melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. Amir Tadros can diagnose and treat all forms of skin cancer.
Basal Cell Carcinoma
This is the most common form of non-melanoma skin cancer and is also known as Rodent Ulcer. Although this form of skin cancer will not spread around the body it is still advisable to treat it as early as possible with surgery. Amir Tadros will usually carry out a direct excision, but occasionally it will require more complex surgery depending on the individual case.
Most basal cell carcinomas are painless and can vary in appearance from a scaly flat red mark to a pearl-like rim surrounding a central crater.
Further information about basal cell carcinoma can be found at The British Association Of Dermatologists
Sqaumous Cell Carcinoma
This is the second most common form of non-melanoma skin cancer. Unlike basal cell carcinomas, this can spread around the body and Amir Tadros would recommend treating it as early as possible with surgery. Sqaumous cell carcinoma can vary greatly in appearance, but usually appears as a scaly or crusty area of skin or lump, with a red inflamed base.
Further information about squamous cell carcinoma can be found at The British Association Of Dermatologists
Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma
This is a cancer of the pigment cells of the skin and if treated early the outlook can be good. Melanoma will often have an irregular edge, differ in colour and may itch. Melanoma can spread to other areas of the body.
Further information about melanoma can be found at The British Association Of Dermatologists
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