2001
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.137.11.1493
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Genetic Epidemiology of Cutaneous Melanoma

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“…Individuals from families with a demonstrated history of melanoma are at significant risk for developing this malignancy, representing from 5-12% of all reported cases (Haluska and Hodi, 1998;Goldstein and Tucker, 2001). As early as 1857, William Norris, a British general practitioner, published an article entitled 'Eight cases of Melanosis with Pathological and Therapeutical Remarks on that Disease' (Norris, 1857;Bennett and Hall, 1994).…”
Section: Clinical and Epidemiological Backgroundmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Individuals from families with a demonstrated history of melanoma are at significant risk for developing this malignancy, representing from 5-12% of all reported cases (Haluska and Hodi, 1998;Goldstein and Tucker, 2001). As early as 1857, William Norris, a British general practitioner, published an article entitled 'Eight cases of Melanosis with Pathological and Therapeutical Remarks on that Disease' (Norris, 1857;Bennett and Hall, 1994).…”
Section: Clinical and Epidemiological Backgroundmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is well established that melanoma commonly clusters in families, and in the past two decades, there has been an explosion in research directed at elucidating the genetic basis for melanoma. The recent discovery of several common, albeit low-risk, genotypes has led to the widespread perception that melanoma is a predominantly genetic disease (1).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Kialakulásában az ultraibolya sugár-záson kívül a gyermekkori napégéseknek [6], a világos bőr-, szem-és hajszínnek [7], a már meglevő típusos és atípusos naevusok számának (dysplasticus naevus szindróma) [8], családi vagy a személyes anamnézisben szereplő korábbi melanomának és egyéb bőrdaganatnak [9] van jelentősége.…”
Section: A Melanoma Klasszifi Kációjaunclassified