Evasluation of the Cases Who were referred to plastic surgery clinic out of suspicion of nonmelanoma skin cancer localized at head and neck region in sivas numune hospital [Sivas Numune Hastanesinde Baş-Boyun Bölgesine Lokalize Nonmelanositik Cilt Kanseri Şüphesiyle Plastik Cerrahi Klini?ine Konsülte Edilen Hastalarin De?erlendirilmesi]
Objective: We aimed to determine age, gender, localization area and types of lesions and reconstruction tecniques, suspicion of nonmelanoma skin cancer cases who were consulted from dermatology clinic localizated at head and neck. Material and Methods: Retrospective review of 163 patients undergoing exicion biopsy at the Sivas Numune Hospital Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Clinic for suspicion of nonmelanoma skin cancer localized at head and neck region, between January 2013 and December 2014 was undertaken. 176 excision material of 163 cases were searched. Results: In this study 163 patients (80; 49.07% males, 83; 50,9% females) were evaluated. Average of year was 60,4. Of the 175 exision material; 105 (60 %) were basal cell carcinoma, 13 (14.2%) were squamous cell carcinoma, 5 (2.8%) were basosquamous cell carcinoma, 25 (14.2%) were seboreic keratosis, 18 (10.2%) were keratoacanthoma, 6 (3.4%) were actinic keratosis, 1 (0.57%) was ruptured epidermal cyst rüptüre, 1 (0.57%) was inflammation, 1 (0.57%) granulation tissue. It was seen that the most common localization of nonmelanoma skin cancer was nose. Conclusion: In our study 176 of 124 (70.4%) exicion material were detected as non-melanoma skin cancer, 176 of 24 (13.6%) exicion material were detected as premalign lesion. The most frequently seen nonmelanoma skin cancer was basal cell carcinoma followed by squamous cell carcinoma, malign basosquamous cell carcinoma. Therefore malign diagnose at nonmelanoma skin cancer was decided correctly 70,4% as clinically. © Copyright 2016 by Türkiye Klinikleri.