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, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp 114–128 | Cite as

Diagnostiek, behandeling en nazorg van het basaalcelcarcinoom

  • Esther Burkink
  • Nicole W. J. Kelleners-Smeets
Article

Samenvatting

Het basaalcelcarcinoom (BCC) is de meest voorkomende vorm van kanker in Nederland (80% van alle huidkankers). Het aantal BCC’s is in ruim 35 jaar tijd enorm toegenomen en deze stijging zet door. Geschat wordt dat in 2020 de incidentie zelfs zal stijgen naar 234 per 100.000 persoonsjaren voor mannen en 226 per 100.000 persoonsjaren voor vrouwen. Vooral de vergrijzing in combinatie met de toegenomen hoeveelheid zonlichtexpositie vergroot het risico op het krijgen van een BCC. Dit artikel geeft een overzicht van de diagnostische procedures en de verschillende behandelmogelijkheden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Esther Burkink
    • 1
  • Nicole W. J. Kelleners-Smeets
    • 1
  1. 1.afdeling DermatologieMaastricht Universitair Medisch CentrumMaastrichtNederland

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