Know your skin
What does Basal Cell Carcinoma pictures look like?
Since not all basal cell carcinomas have the same appearance, these images should serve as a general reference to what they may look like.
Basal cell carcinoma may resemble a slowly growing pink, skin-colored or light brown nodule on the skin, which gradually increases in size. Often a dark crust develops in the middle, which could bleed with a light touch. The tissue of the nodule can also look somewhat glassy, shiny and sometimes shows small blood vessels.
Wounds that do not heal can also be warning signs for skin cancer.
Early detection strategies are crucial for a successful outcome. Knowing your body and the signs and changes to look out for can give you the power to detect squamous cell carcinoma early when it’s easiest to treat.
You will notice that all these skin cancer pictures are quite different from one another. Note that not all basal cell cancers have the same appearance so these photos should serve as a general reference for what they can look like.
How SkinVision can help you!
SkinVision enables you to check your skin spots for signs of skin cancer within 30 seconds.
If a skin spots is identified as a potential health risk, SkinVision provides feedback about the recommended next step to take.
SkinVision also enables you to store photos to keep track of changes over time, helping you to monitor your health in the long term.
The efficient and easy-to-use solution is available for iOS and Android and helps to make skin monitoring a simple routine.