Squamous Cell Carcinoma, or SCC, is the other most common form of skin cancer. SCC can appear as thick, rough, scaly patches that may bleed or become irritated easily. They can look like warts or open sores with a raised border and a crusted surface over an elevated pebbly base.
What does SCC look like?
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- Wart-like growth that crusts or bleeds.
- An open sore that will not heal.
- A persistent, scaly red patch with irregular borders that sometimes crusts or bleeds.
- An elevated growth with a central depression that occasionally bleeds. It may rapidly increase in size.
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