A review of frequent malignancies - part I : Non Melanoma Skin Cancers

CR Jecan, L Raducu, I Filip, D Hernik

Abstract


Skin cancers are responsible for extensive local tissue destruction, metastasis and even death. The incidence of skin cancers is increasing worldwide, especially those that are highly mortal and those that
are associated with an increased morbidity. Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and cutaneous malignant melanoma accounts for most of skin malignancies. To develop a solid treatment plan one needs to know the epidemiology, biology, etiology, tumor types and clinical behavior. Diagnostic biopsy is important in establishing various treatment options. Principles of reconstruction are briefly described. The article reviews the most frequent cutaneous malignancies in the most important aspects 


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