Basal cell carcinoma of lower eyelid

Basal cell carcinoma of lower eyelid

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Caption: Basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer also known as rodent ulcer, affecting a patient's lower eyelid. Basal cell carcinoma is most often found on the face or neck and typically affects fair- skinned people. In most cases the cause is believed to be damage from ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. The small flat nodules grow slowly, breaking down to form a shallow ulcer. If untreated they invade deeper tissues but tend not to invade other parts of the body. They may be removed by cryosurgery, radiotherapy or surgery. Treatment often produces a complete cure.

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