İnsan vücudunda birçok ben bulunur. Bir insanda değişik büyüklüklerde çok sayıda There are many moles in the human body. A person may have many moles of different sizes. These moles may be brown, black or blue, or may be more than one color mix. The skin may be puffy, or moles at the same level as the skin. Certain criteria are required for surgical removal of moles in the body.
Criteria for surgical removal of moles are:
Diameter: larger than 5 mm
Color: Black, brown-black with multiple colors
Border: Irregular, unclear, faint
Bleeding: moles prone to bleeding, with sound on it
Redness: Moles with blushing around
Irritation: Moles with frequent irritation (in hair, clothes hanger, shirt collar)
Dark moles carry the risk of developing cancer, even at low rates. The main problem is that the possibility of moles transforming into skin cancer is not fully known and this situation cannot be easily recognized when they turn into cancer. Susceptible moles are surgically removed according to the above criteria and classified according to clinical experience. These are then sent to pathological examination.
One of the most common mistakes made about moles is that surgical removal of moles will cause cancer. This is one of the most common mistakes that endanger human life. Scientifically, surgical applications cannot cause cancer.
Moles, who are exposed to the sun very frequently, those with light skin should go to the doctor at regular intervals (Plastic Surgery or Dermatology Specialist). Moles with indication after surgery should be removed surgically.
Ozone depletion in the atmosphere and deterioration of environmental conditions (increase in carcinogenic wastes and substances) have increased the incidence of skin cancers considerably.