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squamous cell carcinoma of the head

Squamous cell carcinoma (referred to as squamous cell carcinoma) is derived from keratinocytes in the epidermis or appendages such as sebaceous ducts, hair follicles, and sweat ducts. It is more common in elderly men, and is more common in exposed areas such as the scalp, face, neck and back of the hands.



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