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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • ISBN:
    3540966129
  • ISBN13:
    978-3540966128
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  • Publisher:
    Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K (December 31, 1988)
  • Pages:
    427 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Skin cancer can cause local tissue destruction, disfigurement, and even death if left untreated; therefore, timely recognition, treatment, and appropriate referral are critical to reducing morbidity.

Skin cancer can cause local tissue destruction, disfigurement, and even death if left untreated; therefore, timely recognition, treatment, and appropriate referral are critical to reducing morbidity. As the incidence of skin cancer rises each year, the primary care physician needs to be familiar with the clinical presentation, treatment options, and means of prevention of the most common skin cancers: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and malignant melanoma.

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Primary skin cancer is the most common cancer afflicting mankind and is. .Skin Cancer: Recognition and Management.

Primary skin cancer is the most common cancer afflicting mankind and is rising in inci dence, despite the fact that it is often preventable.

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Considering that skin cancer is doubling every 15 to 20years worldwide this is a timely update. Among Hispanic men inCalifornia a melanoma epidemic is occurring, evidenced by a . %annual increase in the incidence of invasive melanomas. E-Streams, September 2008). Larry Millikan MD in JAMA, September 3, 2008.