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  » Atlas of skin diseases  »  Recurrent Squamous Cell Carcinoma
In addition to metastatic spread, squamous cell carcinomas may recur locally at a site of previous treatment. This recurrent SCC developed at the edge of a scar resulting from earlier treatment. The tissue blanche is due to epinephrine in the local anesthetic.