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Bowen's Disease Treatment

Treatment of Bowen's Disease

Using the Latest and Most Advanced Technology

We Treat Bowen's Disease with Superficial Radiation Therapy

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Finally - a non-invasive alternative to Mohs surgery

What is Superficial Radiation Therapy?

Superficial Radiation Therapy, or SRT, targets and attacks non-melanoma skin cancer cells at the source without cutting the skin. Furthermore, there is no downtime and patients can return to their everyday lives right after treatment!

SRT skin cancer treatment can remove lesions on the arms, legs, back, and trunk, and it is especially efficient in treating skin cancers on the face, head and neck. It can deliver a controlled dose of Superficial Radiation Therapy to delicate areas that are hard to treat, such as those along the fold of the nose, eyelids, lips, corner of the mouth and lining of the ear. Superficial Radiation Therapy is also highly effective in the treatment of keloid scars.

How Effective Is SRT?

SRT or Superficial Radiotherapy is a highly successful skin cancer treatment option for Basal and Squamous Cell Carcinoma, without the pain and surgery involved in other skin cancer treatment methods like MOHS.

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A treatable early form of skin cancer

What is Bowen's Disease?

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Bowen’s disease is a type of skin cancer that can be very harmful if left untreated. It typically affects the head, neck, and arms, causing scaly or crusty patches on the skin. The disease is caused by a variety of factors, including exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, genetic mutations, and viral infections. If not treated early, Bowen’s disease can become more invasive, potentially leading to a much more dangerous form of skin cancer. People with a fair complexion, a history of sunburns, or a weakened immune system may be at a higher risk for this disease. To prevent Bowen’s disease from progressing to a more advanced stage, it is crucial to detect and treat it immediately. Treatment options may include surgery, freezing the affected region, or applying creams containing chemicals that can help destroy cancerous cells. Overall, the key to managing Bowen’s disease is staying vigilant and working with a medical professional to determine the best course of treatment.

Early diagnosis is the key to treatment

How to Detect Bowen's Disease?

Bowen’s disease is a type of skin cancer that appears as a slow-growing, scaly, or thickened patch on the skin. It is most commonly found on areas of the body that are frequently exposed to the sun, such as the face, scalp, hands, and arms.

Detection of Bowen’s disease typically involves a thorough physical examination of the affected skin area by a dermatologist. The dermatologist may use a special magnifying tool called a dermoscope to examine the skin patch more closely.

Biopsy is usually performed to confirm the presence of Bowen’s disease. In this procedure, a small sample of tissue is taken from the affected area and sent to a laboratory for analysis. If cancerous cells are detected, the dermatologist may recommend further treatment, such as surgery, cryotherapy, or Superficial Radiation Therapy. Regular skin checks are also recommended for people who are at increased risk of developing skin cancer.

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Looking out for the symptoms

Where Does Bowen's Disease Appear?

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Bowen’s Disease symptoms can appear in any part of the body that is exposed to the sun. However, the areas that are most commonly affected include the trunk, face, scalp, neck, ears, chest, arms, and hands. These areas are often exposed to the sun and may develop abnormal growths or changes in skin color. Bowen’s Disease can also develop on skin that is not exposed to the sun, such as the soles of the feet or under the nails. It is important to regularly check all areas of the body, including areas that are not commonly exposed to the sun, for any signs of early skin cancer or Bowen’s Disease. Any unusual growths, changes in the color or texture of the skin, or persistent sores should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.

The 5 Symptoms of Bowen's Disease:

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Meet your Bowens Disease treatment team

Dr. Susan Sleep, MD

The Mobile Skin Solutions Skin Cancer Treatment Team is led by California licensed, Board Certified Internal Medicine and Skin Cancer Specialist, Dr. Susan Sleep. The Team also includes Kate Stults (Nurse Practitioner) and Kirsten Anderson (Radiation Therapist).
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Kate Stults

Nurse Practitioner

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Kirsten Anderson

Radiation Therapist

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Why Chose Mobile Skin Solutions for your Bowen's Disease Skin Cancer Treatment?

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