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Etiologi

Keratosis Sebborhoic
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Melanoma maligna
Michael Kevin
Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro
Univeristy

Keratosis
Sebborhoic

Non-cancerous
skin growth
Benign

Very common in
older adults

Brown, Black, Light tan, skin growth on the


face, chest, shoulder, or on the back
Waxy, Scaly, slightly elevated appeareance
Krusta, Skuama, papula/plakat
Can looks like skin cancer & Painless

Keratosis
Sebborhoic
Appears multiply
Usually & More
common
Appears singly
Occasionaly

Etiology

Proliferation of
epidermal cells

Idiopathic
Histopathologic
appeareance

Hyperkerathosis
Pseudohorn Cysts
Papillomatosis
Acanthosis

Second most
common skin
cancer

Squamous Cell
Carcinoma
Prognosis

Treated

Un-Treated

Usually not life


threatening
Metastase
Spread to other
body parts
Serious
complications

Thin
Flat
Squamous cell
Make up the outer
layes of the skin

Squamous Cell
Carcinoma

Etiology

Regulary exposed
to
sunlight/ultraviolet
radiation

Early form

Carcinoma in-situ Bowens disease

Predisposition
factors

Older age
Regular exposure to sunlight
Chemical exposure
X-ray exposure
Many severe sunburns

Melanoma
Maligna

Prognosis

Buruk

Neoplasm

Melanocyte

Malignant

Cell developed
from melanocyte
Mucous
membrane(Anal,
Perianal, Genital)

Melanoma
Maligna

Multifactorial

Ethiology

Idhiopatic

Normal Skin
Nevus pigmentosus
Giant pigmented nevus
Hutchinsons melantotic freckle
Blue nevus

Endogen Genetically
Exogen Fenotipe difference

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