Picture of a basal cell carcinoma of the scalp.
Basal cell carcinomas often cause no symptoms at first, but can start to itch and bleed. In this picture, the basal cell carcinoma on the scalp is beginning to ulcerate, which is seen by the depressed centre. This BCC will likely often bleed and crust at this point
(Picture courtesy of surgerywise.com)
This information is provided for general basal cell carcinoma knowledge only and does not replace information provided by healthcare professionals. If you have any concerns of any skin growth, you should consult a medical professional urgently.