1990
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.126.3.305
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Multiple keratoacanthomas and junctional epidermolysis bullosa. A therapeutic conundrum

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“…At the age of 42 the patient was seen in another hospital for two large keratoacanthomas on the left leg. Immunofluorescence antigen mapping and electron microscopy findings were consistent with a diagnosis of JEB . In the following years the patient underwent surgical excision of more than 20 skin carcinomas of the lower left limb and one on the right leg.…”
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confidence: 64%
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“…At the age of 42 the patient was seen in another hospital for two large keratoacanthomas on the left leg. Immunofluorescence antigen mapping and electron microscopy findings were consistent with a diagnosis of JEB . In the following years the patient underwent surgical excision of more than 20 skin carcinomas of the lower left limb and one on the right leg.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…Immunofluorescence antigen mapping and electron microscopy findings were consistent with a diagnosis of JEB. 22 In the following years the patient underwent surgical excision of more than 20 skin carcinomas of the lower left limb and one on the right leg. The incidence of tumour appearance was roughly constant, with one new lesion per year.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…By contrast, only six patients with non‐Herlitz JEB (including those in this report), have been documented with SCC (Table 1). One patient had multiple keratoacanthomas 34 . Within these few patients, most of the tumours occurred on the limbs and at sites of chronic ulceration.…”
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“…One patient had multiple keratoacanthomas. 34 Within these few patients, most of the tumours occurred on the limbs and at sites of chronic ulceration. Notably, most patients developed their SCCs later in life compared to individuals with recessive dystrophic EB.…”
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“…In addition, a case of multiple keratoacanthomas in a patient with junctional EB has been documented. 8 Is there a greater risk for EB sufferers developing basal cell carcinoma?…”
Section: What Is the Risk Of Developing Scc In Different Types Of Eb?mentioning
confidence: 99%