Melanoma Disease Research: Analysis Based On Age, Gender, Skin Type, And Region For The United States

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Number of pages: 555-561
Year-Number: 2022-Cilt 7 Sayı 37

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Skin diseases are impacting people`s life like other diseases. Maybe, it doesn’t hurt much so it takes a longer period of time to realise that it could be serious. Skin cancer which is also known as skin cancer is one of the most important skin diseases all around the world and in the United States, Its outcomes are at high risk for the human`s health. The most important risk factors are considered as genetic similarity and high exposure to the sunlight. The research reviews the dermatological diagnosis outcomes and patterns of melanoma in terms of age, gender, race, region of skin and geographical wise in the United States of America considering the regions by focusing on top 10 counties. According to the analysis done, the results reveal that melanoma is diagnosed more on white skin people than darker to black skin people. Gender wise, the analysis highlights that men are more like getting diagnosed more than women. In terms of age, it is mostly being observed between age of 60-65. Due to the weather nature of states, California and its counties are the top of the counties for the melanoma. The research describes the impact of age, gender, skin type, and regional wise trends of melanoma and it contributes to the literature about the patterns of melanoma and gives insights to healthcare companies, insurance companies and health centre’s such as hospitals.

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Skin diseases are impacting people`s life like other diseases. Maybe, it doesn’t hurt much so it takes a longer period of time to realise that it could be serious. Skin cancer which is also known as skin cancer is one of the most important skin diseases all around the world and in the United States, Its outcomes are at high risk for the human`s health. The most important risk factors are considered as genetic similarity and high exposure to the sunlight. The research reviews the dermatological diagnosis outcomes and patterns of melanoma in terms of age, gender, race, region of skin and geographical wise in the United States of America considering the regions by focusing on top 10 counties. According to the analysis done, the results reveal that melanoma is diagnosed more on white skin people than darker to black skin people. Gender wise, the analysis highlights that men are more like getting diagnosed more than women. In terms of age, it is mostly being observed between age of 60-65. Due to the weather nature of states, California and its counties are the top of the counties for the melanoma. The research describes the impact of age, gender, skin type, and regional wise trends of melanoma and it contributes to the literature about the patterns of melanoma and gives insights to healthcare companies, insurance companies and health centre’s such as hospitals.

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