The most common sites for the development of squalors cell carcinoma are the sun-exposed areas, and 70% of cases occur on the head (scalp and ear), neck and back of hands and 15% of these tumors involve the upper limbs. It is common in the mouth and can also occur in the mucous membranes and genitals. He appears as a spot or lump (nodule) that:
Shows signs of sun damage on the skin, such as wrinkles, pigmentation changes and loss of elasticity visit this link
It has reddish
Has more hardened appearance with scaling and crusting at the site, and can leak some liquid
Have rapid growth (usually months)
Looks like a wound that does not heal.
Melanoma can occur in the skin, eyes, ears, gastrointestinal tract and genital mucosal membranes. The most common areas are the back for men and arms and legs for women. The first signs and symptoms of melanoma are often: A change in an existing mole or paints The development of a new stain or paint well pigmented or unusual appearance on your ski Other suspicious changes may include itching, itching, bleeding and non-healing area. Stay tuned
Skin cancer varies greatly in appearance. Some may show all the aforesaid changes, while others may have only one or two unusual features.