Treatment to Skin cancer

Treatment to Skin cancer:
All of us have come to know about cancer today because many people are suffering from this dangerous disease and this number is increasing day by day.

There are two types of skin cancer, one is melanoma and the other is non melanoma. Non-melanoma starts with squamous cells or bushel cells. These are found on the outer layer of the skin and hence it is easy to cure them. Due to the sun's rays, these light cancers can be produced on face, back, ears, lips and others.

Cancer is not a fatal disease in today's world because medical science has gained such a great impetus that people can get rid of different types of cancers.

It is therefore important that you already know about signs and symptoms of skin cancer.

Check your skin every two months using a full-eyed mirror from head to toe. Examine the location of the between between the buttocks, the nose, the skin of the head, the palm behind the ears, the soles, the genital area, and the buttocks using a small mirror. Pay attention to each and every skin and focus more attention on the sesame, which can be known about skin cancer.

If you detect skin cancer in the early stages, then you can cure it.

Treatment to Skin cancer
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Types of Skin Cancer:
There are three main types of skin cancer, which are as follows:
  • Basal cell carcinoma - This is the most common type of skin cancer that is produced in the skin cells.
  • Squamous cell carcinoma - This is considered to be the second most common skin cancer, it is also produced from the skin cells.
  • Melanoma - It starts in color-producing cells (Melanocytes) in the skin. The rate of occurrence is very low, but it is quite dangerous compared to the above two types of skin cancer.

Symptoms of Skin Cancer:
  • Basal cell carcinoma - Basal cell carcinoma is usually found on parts of the body that come in contact with the sun like face and neck.
  • Basal cell carcinoma may occur in the following form -
    As a pearl or wax-colored bulge on the skin,
    In the form of flat, fleshy or brown-like traces.
  • Squamous cell carcinoma - Squamous cell carcinoma is also only on parts of the body coming in contact with the sun, such as face, neck, ears and hands etc. There is a possibility of developing 'squamous cell carcinoma' on people who are not exposed to sunburn.
  • 'Squamous cell carcinoma' can occur in the following form: -
    As a hard and red lump
    As the flatwound with the crust layer.
    Melanoma - 'Melanoma' can develop anywhere in the body, on the normal skin or any part of body, some sesame.In males 'melanoma' often develops on their face or trunk (abdomen, waist, and chest etc.), and in women it often develops on the lower part of the legs. Men and women can also develop melanoma on those parts of their body, which are not exposed to sunlight.
  • Melanoma can affect people of every type of skin tone. Often, in the people of dusky skin, 'melanoma' develops under the palms of their palms and feet or under the feet and nails.
Signs of melanoma:
  • With a dark dot, large brown blur.
    A sesame or a wart, whose color and shape have started changing or bleeding from it.
  • A small wound with temporary edges and parts, which can be red, white, blue or black-blue.
  • Dark wounds that can occur in the body in the palms, feet soles, hands and feet, mouth mucous membrane, nose and genitals.

Prevention tips to Skin cancer:
Avoid exposure to sun in the middle of the day - you absorb ultraviolet radiation throughout the year, in which clouds provide some protection from harmful rays. Avoiding the excessive sunshine can save Sunburn and Suntan. Directing contact with the sun in the middle of the day causes damage to the skin and increase the risk of skin cancer. At the same time, staying in touch with the sun most of the time also increases the risk of skin cancer.
Use sunscreen throughout the year - Sunscreens can not filter some harmful radiations, especially those radiations that develop 'melanomas'. But it plays an important role in the entire protection from the sun. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least 15 SPF Put the sunscreen on a lightweight body and keep pressing it in every two hours. Apply sunscreen even if you are swimming or you are sweating. Apply sunscreen to the appropriate amount of sun exposure, such as lips, ears, neck and back of the hands.

Wear protective clothing - Sunscreens do not have complete protection from ultraviolet rays. Therefore, before going to the sun, your skin and hands and feet should be covered with dark colors and tightly woven garments. Simultaneously, wear a large and expanded cap, which can give you more protection in the sun than with a normal cap.
Beware of sun-sensitive medicines - Some general prescriptions (medicines taken from doctor's advice) and over-the-counter medicines, such as antibiotics etc. These medicines make the skin more sensitive in the sun.

Regularly check the skin and tell the doctor if the changes appear - often the new skin should be examined and further investigation should be done from time to time, including sesame seeds, wart, nails, marks during birth etc. . With the help of mirror, you should closely examine your face, ears, neck and scalp etc. Keep checking your chest, stomach and waist etc. Also check the inner side of the upper arms (in and around the ring). Keep checking your legs and legs back and forth, including the middle of the toes of the feet. Keep checking your genitals and buttocks too.

Treatment to Skin cancer
Treatment to Skin cancer

Skin Cancer Treatment:
Treatment of skin cancer or lesions (actinic keratosis) before cancer depends on its size, depth and location. Small skin cancers that are limited to the surface of the skin, they do not need any other treatment after skin biopsy. With the help of skin biopsy, the parts of cancer cells are taken out.

Even after the above, if additional treatment is required, then the following options may include -

Freezing - In this process, the doctor destroys actinic keratosis and parts of some small, early cancers by frozen liquid nitrogen. The tissues of destroyed skin are extinguished.

Excisional surgery - it is a proper treatment for all types of skin cancer. In this, the doctors cut out the cancerous parts and cut them out of the healthy skin. In some cases, the wounds when there is a serious situation …

Mohs surgery - This process is used for excessive and repeated skin cancer or which is difficult to cure, such as 'basal' and 'squamous carcinoma'. It is often used for those parts of the body, which is necessary to preserve as much as possible, such as the nose.

Radiation therapy - In order to kill cancer cells, high-power energy beams like 'X-ray' are used in radiation therapy.

Chemotherapy - In this process, drugs are used to kill cancer cells and the cancer cells which are limited to the upper layer of the skin, cream and lotion are used for them. They contain anti-cancer agents and they can be applied directly to the affected skin. Simultaneously, 'systemic chemotherapy' is used for skin cancer that can spread to other parts of the body.

Photodynamic therapy - The combination of both laser light and medicines in this therapy
it happens. In this, cancer cells are made sensitive to laser light and they are destroyed with the help of laser light.

Biological therapy - This therapy stimulates the body's immune system to destroy cancer cells.

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