Detection of basal cell carcinoma - a guide line for general practitioners in dentistry.

@article{Elsherbiny2014DetectionOB,
  title={Detection of basal cell carcinoma - a guide line for general practitioners in dentistry.},
  author={Rania E. Elsherbiny and Ayesha Umair and Saleh Nasser Azzeghaiby and Ibrahim Nasir Alzoghaibi and Sherief Dabour and Bassel Tarakji},
  journal={British journal of medicine and medical research},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={4352-4363}
}
Basal cell carcinoma or BCC, is a malignant epithelial tumor of the skin, usually seen in the head and neck. Most BCCs are slowly growing and behave in a relatively benign, nonaggressive fashion, but a few of them grow rapidly and infiltrates the structures beneath the skin. Because dentists routinely evaluate the head and neck region, this review will help and guide the oral health care providers to diagnose basal cell carcinoma at an initial stage and provide early treatment by referring them… Expand

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