BCCA

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Related to Basal Cell Cancer: melanoma, Squamous cell cancer
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BCCABritish Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia, Canada)
BCCABasal Cell Carcinoma (oncology; also seen as BCC)
BCCABritish Columbia Cancer Agency
BCCABaltic Sea Chambers of Commerce
BCCABrewery Collectibles Club of America
BCCABeer Can Collectors of America
BCCABelgian Construction Certification Association (Belgium)
BCCABritish Columbia Construction Association
BCCABournemouth Centre for Community Arts (UK)
BCCABlue Cross of California (insurance company)
BCCABlack College Communication Association
BCCABritish Correspondence Chess Association
BCCABaha'i Computer and Communication Association
BCCABritish Columbia Chiropractic Association (Canada)
BCCABritish Cyclo-Cross Association
BCCABroadcast Cable Credit Association, Inc. (Northfield, IL)
BCCABrick City Center for the Arts
BCCABasal Cell Cancer
BCCABoard Committee on Conformity Assessment (ANSI term)
BCCABolwell Car Club of Australia (Camperdown, NSW, Australia)
BCCABase Camp Coordination Agency
BCCABay County Civic Arena (Michigan)
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Nonmelanoma skin cancers, which include squamous cell cancers and basal cell cancers, account for one third of all cancers in the United States.
Compared to the general population, transplant patients have a 10-fold increase in the incidence of basal cell cancer and a 3.4-fold increase in the incidence of malignant melanoma, according to Otley.
The most common head and neck cancer is basal cell cancer of the skin.
Basal cell cancer and squamous cell cancer are nonmelanoma skin cancers.
The operation was successful, but in the diagnosis section of her discharge summary, along with "adenocarcinoma of the right lower lobe,' and "basal cell cancer skin of face,' a resident, reading from another doctor's notes, added "paranoid schizophrenic.' For three years Stern could not find a doctor.
Limtop is a formulation of imiquimod designed to treat actinic keratosis, genital warts and basal cell cancer.
It occurs in the same areas of the body as basal cell cancer and is also curable.
Basal cell cancer, the most common form of skin cancer, also appears most frequently on the head, neck, and arms.
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