Basal cell carcinoma is a type of cancer which can be observed on the skin, it is due to expose of sun. It is the cancer which is at its low level. It is very easy to diagnose when it is known. There is an advantage that this disease does not spread throughout the body. But there is a chance that which can penetrate into tissues and then can extend to bones.
This can be initiated or initially seen on the nose like small bumps, not only at this part but we can expect it on any part of body. It can carry for more years, people who are fair they have more chance to get the disease. Basal cell carcinoma can look different. A skin growth can be seen in a dome shape that has blood vessels in it. It can be pink, brown or black.
At first, a basal cell carcinoma comes up like a small "pearly" bump that looks like a flesh-colored mole or a pimple that doesn’t go away. Sometimes these growths can look dark. Or you may also see shiny pink or red patches that are slightly scaly. Another symptom to watch out for is a waxy, hard skin growth. Basal cell carcinomas are also fragile and can bleed easily. When the skin cells observes the Ultraviolet Ray (uv) which are been captured from sunrays. The tanning bed is the may cause disease. DNA damages the cells that are been elevated from sun rays and these damaged cells are lead to cancer. In Australia according to statistics from 82.6% population, 1.13% is suffering by diseases and people death rate due to Basal cell carcinoma is about 0.38%.