Squamous Cell Carcinoma

The main symptom of squamous cell skin cancer is a growing bump that may have a rough, scaly surface and flat reddish patches.

The bump is usually located on the face, ears, neck, hands, or arms, but may occur on other areas.

A sore that does not heal can be a sign of squamous cell cancer. Any change in an existing wart, mole, or other skin lesions could be a sign of skin cancer.

Call for an appointment if you see the lesion change in:
  • Appearance
  • Color
  • Size
  • Texture

Also, call if you have pain, inflammation, bleeding, or itching of an existing skin lesion.

Squamous cell carcinoma is treated with Mohs micrographic surgery. 

Learn more about Mohs Micrographic Surgery.
Treatments for this condition:
Mohs Micrographic Surgery

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