Clinical Examintation For Keratosis And Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Clinical Examintation For Keratosis And Squamous Cell Carcinoma

A detailed clinical examination of most patients suffering from squamous cell examination reveals the presence of more than one risk factor. The squamous cell carcinoma often manifests itself as an enlarging lesion. Most squamous cell carcinoma patient can be regarded as being asymptomatic in nature { some common symptoms such as bleeding, pain, or weeping may be noted in some individuals}. These symptoms are more common in people suffering from larger tumour growths of Squamous cell carcinoma. Peri-neural involvement of the growing tumour reveals that symptoms such as muscle weakness, tingling sensations and numbness can accompany squamous cell carcinoma .

 

Clinical examinations of squamous cell carcinoma which result from actinic keratosis which is also sun-induced squamous cell carcinoma reveals that long term exposure of the skin to the sun , dating back to childhood may be accompany by some forms of blistering on the skin (many people who develop skin cancer through actinic keratosis often report this symptom). Those who do not suffer from actinic keratosis induced squamous cell carcinoma reported that indoor tanning beds or some forms of medical treatments which have exposed them to some forms of radiation resulted in symptoms that are linked directly to squamous cell carcinoma.

 

Patients undergoing clinical examination for squamous cell carcinoma are also subjected to tests confirming the involvement of immuno-supression in their development of squamous cell carcinoma. Patients who have been treated for some infections such as chronic Leukemia and who have undergone some forms of organ transplant procedures can suffer Squamous cell carcinoma due to likely depletion in their body’s immune powers.

 

HPV induced squamous cell carcinoma is also common in a significant percentage of patients. These is virally induced squamous cell carcinoma which normally occurs around the genitals. They are characterized by enlarging warty growths. Squamous cell carcinoma can also be caused through physical damages from hyper-keratosis infections. It is a common sight to see hyper-keratosis symptoms which are the same as skin cancer symptoms.

 

The clinical examination of Squamous cell carcinoma will offer a medical expert the needed information on the real cause of the infection in a patient. It will also help in determining how effectively the infection can be treated especially at its growing stage. Once the infection has reach its peak, it often becomes almost impossible to treat and the individual patient may likely die.

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