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FNP~Derm-Skin CA

Basal v. Squamous Cell Carcinoma...Malignant Melanoma

QuestionAnswer
More common...BCC/SCC BCC
Sun exposed areas...BCC/SCC Both BCC & SCC
Arise de novo...BCC/SCC BCC
Papule, nodule w/wo central erosion...BCC/SCC BCC
Less common...BCC/SCC SCC
Can arise from actinic keratoses, keratoacanthoma, or de novo...BCC/SCC SCC
Pearly or waxy appearance***stretch lesion...BCC/SCC BCC
Less distinct borders...BCC/SCC SCC
Greatest metastatic risk (3-7%)=lip, oral cavity, genitalia... SCC
Intervention of BCC/SCC... excision, further tx by bx results
Telangiectasia (small dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin)...BCC/SCC BCC
Metastatic risk low...BCC/SCC BCC
Malignant Melanoma..."A"... Asymmetric
Malignant Melanoma..."B"... Irregular borders
Malignant Melanoma..."C"... Color not uniform (shades of brown, black, red, blue, white)
Malignant Melanoma..."D"... Diameter (usually => 6mm)
Malignant Melanoma..."E"... Evolving (new) or changing lesions; Elevated (not consistently present)
Created by: KimmiNP