1951
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1951.01570050044005
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Development of Basal Cell Epithelioma as a Consequence of Radiodermatitis

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“…has been used for tinea capitis for 50 years [3]. Many studies and reports have been published of skin tumors induced by ionizing radiation [4][5][6][7][8][9]. This is the first report of carcinoma which appeared 70 years after irradiation.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…has been used for tinea capitis for 50 years [3]. Many studies and reports have been published of skin tumors induced by ionizing radiation [4][5][6][7][8][9]. This is the first report of carcinoma which appeared 70 years after irradiation.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additional cutaneous therapy was defined as skin-directed treatment given for at least 8 Twenty-four patients, or 21%, developed a BCC or an SCC (95% confidence interval, 13.5% to 28.5%) dur¬ ing a period ranging from 11 months to more than 10 years after TSEBT. Fourteen men and 10 women, rang¬ ing in age from 36 to 76 years at the time of TSEBT, de¬ veloped more than 37 BCCs and 34 SCCs.…”
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“…Radiation induced basal-cell carcinomas have been reported in man after radiotherapy, sometimes single tumours but often multiple, a number of cases having 18-34 (Anderson and Anderson 1951, Ridley 1962, Lazar and Cullen 1963, Sarkany, Fountain, Evans, Morrison and Szur 1968, Shore, Albert and Pasternack 1976 . Scharnagel and Pack (1949) reported a remarkable case of a child, Xirradiated for an enlarged thymus, who developed over 1000 nodular lesions, biopsies of which all proved to be basal-cell carcinomas .…”
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confidence: 99%