At first, skin cancer usually causes no symptoms, at best itching and bleeding at the appropriate place can be symptoms or signs of skin cancer. That is, skin cancer is usually due to the visible and possibly palpable skin lesions, not by other symptoms. Only in the late stages of skin cancer or melanoma can metastasis lead to discomfort and symptoms depending on the affected organs. Therefore, the early detection of skin cancer is important, even if there is no wide range of symptoms of skin cancer.
Skin cancer: treatment and therapy
White skin cancer often develops from precursors - the so-called actinic keratoses. These can be surgically removed (excision), frozen (cryotherapy), treated with creams or gels (Solaraze®, Aldara®) or treated with light irradiation (photodynamic therapy). A basalioma hardly ever forms secondary tumors, a spinalioma only very rarely.
The tumors can, however, untreated into the surrounding tissue and destroy it. As a result, white kidney cancer usually requires a small surgery that is as early as possible to cut out the affected portion of the skin to heal the skin cancer patient. Early stages of the surface may also be treated with cream or photodynamic therapy.
Treatment: Black skin cancer
Black skin cancer (melanoma) is more dangerous because this form of skin cancer can rapidly spread through the lymphatic or blood vessels secondary tumors throughout the body. Therapeutically, the tumor is also removed; However, due to metastases, other forms of therapy often join this skin cancer: immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radiation.