1970
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.102.4.374
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Polydysplastic epidermolysis bullosa and deelopment of epidermal neoplasms

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“…Our case is not different from those previously reported in the litera ture as the extremities are the most frequent areas of occurrence of epithe liomas, especially the lower limbs [5,6] and as it is not uncommon to find them in the mouth, esophagus and even in the respiratory tract [7,8], The precocity of the appearance of carcinoma is worth emphasizing in our case since the great majority of the patients reported in the previous literature were middle-aged subjects.…”
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confidence: 48%
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“…Our case is not different from those previously reported in the litera ture as the extremities are the most frequent areas of occurrence of epithe liomas, especially the lower limbs [5,6] and as it is not uncommon to find them in the mouth, esophagus and even in the respiratory tract [7,8], The precocity of the appearance of carcinoma is worth emphasizing in our case since the great majority of the patients reported in the previous literature were middle-aged subjects.…”
Section: Commentcontrasting
confidence: 48%
“…Although in some cases basal cell carcinoma was demonstrated [3,6], the majority of the cases had squamous cell carcinoma [2,3,[5][6][7][8][9]. Their evolution was very different in each patient.…”
Section: Commentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In our 3 patients, no immunosuppressive factors could be identified apart from the topical use of corticosteroids which had been given in each case. In patient 2, who developed an oral squamous cell carcinoma, smoking may have acted as a co-carcinogen [9], Squamous cell carcinoma is an occa sional sequel of long-standing granulomas such as syphilis, lupus vulgaris [10] or lupus erythematosus |ll] and may also complicate chronic scarring dermatoses such as poiki loderma congenita, dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa [12] or porokeratosis of Mibelli [13]. It is of interest that the latent periods in reported series [8] and in our cases were often of several years.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…When using radiotherapy, consideration needs to be given to severe desquamation that can follow larger total radiation doses. Conventional chemotherapy has been used in cases of advanced EB SCCs (32)(33)(34)(35). Agents have included cisplatin, carboplatin, paclitaxel, fluorouracil, doxorubicin and methotrexate.…”
Section: Squamous Cell Carcinomamentioning
confidence: 99%