About Superficial Spreading Melanoma

Superficial Spreading Melanoma, also known as superficial spreading malignant melanoma of skin, is related to melanoma and congenital lipomatous overgrowth, vascular malformations, and epidermal nevi. Affiliated tissues include skin, bone and lymph node.

Major Symptoms of Superficial Spreading Melanoma

The main symptoms of superficial spreading melanoma (non-melanoma skin spreading melanoma) include:

1. Skin symptoms: local skin symptoms such as redness, swelling, papules, blisters, ulcers, and itching.

2. Lymph node enlargement: Symptoms such as local lymph node swelling and pain.

3. Associated symptoms: It may be accompanied by symptoms such as fatigue, weight loss, anemia, abnormal liver function, etc.

4. Diagnosis: The diagnosis can be confirmed through skin biopsy.

5. Treatment: Treatment methods include surgery, phototherapy, immunotherapy, etc. The specific treatment plan needs to be selected according to the patient's specific situation and condition.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Superficial Spreading Melanoma

Superficial spreading melanoma is a type of skin cancer that usually spreads beneath the surface of the skin. People suffering from Superficial spreading melanoma should adopt the following lifestyle:

1. Avoid direct sunlight: Ultraviolet rays in the sun are one of the main causes of Superficial spreading melanoma, so patients should avoid direct sunlight, especially in hot summer.

2. Apply sunscreen: Using sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher and with both UVA and UVB protection can effectively protect the skin from UV rays.

3. Avoid skin friction: Friction can cause skin damage, thereby increasing the risk of Superficial spreading melanoma. Therefore, patients should avoid wearing clothes and clothing that are too tight to reduce friction.

4. Pay attention to personal hygiene: Keeping your skin clean and dry can help reduce the risk of superficial spreading melanoma. Patients should wash their face daily and clean their skin thoroughly, especially areas that are frequently exposed to the sun.

5. Eat a healthy diet: Eating a healthy diet can help the body stay healthy, thereby reducing the risk of superficial spreading melanoma. Patients should eat more foods rich in vitamin C, vitamin E and minerals, such as dark vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds.

6. Regular physical examination: Regular physical examination can help detect Superficial spreading melanoma early and provide timely treatment. Patients should have regular check-ups with a dermatologist to check for any abnormal skin changes.

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