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Can you explain squamous cell carcinoma?

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Dr. Kenneth Lee answered

Specializes in Surgery - Plastics

SCC: Squamous cells are normal epithelial cells present in a layer of the skin called the epidermis. When the architecture of the cell is distorted, severely disorganized, and has uninhibited growth, it becomes a cancer.

Answered 3/3/2018

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