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S3 guideline for actinic keratosis and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) – short version, part 2: epidemiology, surgical and systemic treatment of cSCC, follow‐up, prevention and occupational disease

Leiter, Ulrike ; Heppt, Markus V. ; Steeb, Theresa ; Amaral, Teresa ; Bauer, Andrea ; Becker, Jürgen C. ; Breitbart, Eckhardt ; Breuninger, Helmut ; Diepgen, Thomas ; Dirschka, Thomas ; Eigentler, Thomas ; Flaig, Michael ; Follmann, Markus ; Fritz, Klaus ; Greinert, Rüdiger ; Gutzmer, Ralf ; Hillen, Uwe ; Ihrler, Stephan ; John, Swen Malte ; Kölbl, Oliver ; Kraywinkel, Klaus ; Löser, Christoph ; Nashan, Dorothee ; Noor, Seema ; Nothacker, Monika ; Pfannenberg, Christina ; Salavastru, Carmen ; Schmitz, Lutz ; Stockfleth, Eggert ; Szeimies, Rolf‐Markus ; Ulrich, Claas ; Welzel, Julia ; Wermker, Kai ; Garbe, Claus ; Berking, Carola



Abstract

Actinic keratoses (AKs) are common lesions in light-skinned individuals that can potentially progress to cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC). Both conditions may be associated with significant morbidity and constitute a major disease burden, especially among the elderly. To establish an evidence-based framework for clinical decision making, the guidelines for actinic keratosis and cutaneous ...

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