Bowen’s Disease

Bowen’s disease is a type of neoplastic skin disease, meaning an abnormal and excess growth of tissue. It’s typically found as a red coloured plaque, patchy growth with an irregular border that is often crusty or scaling. It’s most prevalent in people age 60+, although can be found in some rare cases at age 30+.

This is a form of squamous cell carcinoma; skin cancer, and Cryotherapy is an effective treatment method for it.

Cryotherapy is a medical non-surgical treatment involving the removal of skin lesions by using liquid nitrogen to freeze the skin cells until they die.

Click here for more information on Cryotherapy offered at the Cadogan Clinic. 

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