2008
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.144.3.416
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Amelanotic Melanoma in a Patient With Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome

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“…Swelling laws describing the diameter variations have been determined from the experimental data and reported in Table 5. According to Fisher's test [16], the diameter means are significantly different. As a consequence, it can be concluded that a macroscopic swelling exists for each sample and a significant increase of the diameter variations for different sample densities is observed.…”
Section: Macroscopic Swellingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Swelling laws describing the diameter variations have been determined from the experimental data and reported in Table 5. According to Fisher's test [16], the diameter means are significantly different. As a consequence, it can be concluded that a macroscopic swelling exists for each sample and a significant increase of the diameter variations for different sample densities is observed.…”
Section: Macroscopic Swellingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[1329] Previous reports also documented single cases of gastric carcinoma,[5] malignant eccrine poroma,[32] parathyroid adenoma,[34] and amelanotic melanoma. [10] Moreover, RTS patients appear to have a higher risk for second malignant diseases compared to patients without a predisposition to cancer, and many of these patients suffered from secondary malignancies of the types previously described. [29]…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Skin cancers include SCC, BCC and Bowen's disease and appear at a mean age of 34.4 years [16]. A patient with RTS and amelanotic melanoma has recently been reported [17]. While genotype-phenotype correlation for proneness to osteosarcomas in RTS has been outlined [18], such a molecular definition is still lacking for skin neoplasms.…”
Section: Abstract: Basal Cell Carcinoma • Hedgehog • Locally Advancedmentioning
confidence: 99%