1938
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1938.01480080071008
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Zosteriform Leukaemia Cutis

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“…Possible explanations for the uncommon zosteriform distribution of cutaneous metastasis have been proposed. In the 1930s, several patients with leukemic infiltrates arising in a dermatomal distribution at sites of previous herpes zoster were described 24 . This led to the theory that trauma to the skin from herpes zoster infection may increase the susceptibility to the development of leukemic infiltrates at the same site.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Possible explanations for the uncommon zosteriform distribution of cutaneous metastasis have been proposed. In the 1930s, several patients with leukemic infiltrates arising in a dermatomal distribution at sites of previous herpes zoster were described 24 . This led to the theory that trauma to the skin from herpes zoster infection may increase the susceptibility to the development of leukemic infiltrates at the same site.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the 1930s, several patients with leukemic infiltrates arising in a dermatomal distribution at sites of previous herpes zoster were described. 24 This led to the theory that trauma to the skin from herpes zoster infection may increase the susceptibility to the development of leukemic infiltrates at the same site. This explanation is unlikely for zosteriform metastasis of solid tumors, since the vast majority of reported patients did not have previous herpes zoster.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Early reports in the literature by Jadassohn (1926), Halle (1939) and Barney (1938) describe specific leukemia of the skin locally following zoster infections in the sense of an isotopic skin reaction [4, 5, 6]. This observation was confirmed many times in the following decades.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Herpes simplex vegetans often responds poorly to treatment in immunocompromised patients. [4,5,6]. In den folgenden Jahrzehnten wurde diese Beobachtung mehrfach bestätigt.…”
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“…Jadassohn (1926), Halle (1930) und Barney (1938) waren die ersten, die postzosterische leukämische Infiltrate in loco beobachteten [4,15,18]. Jadassohn (1926), Halle (1930) und Barney (1938) waren die ersten, die postzosterische leukämische Infiltrate in loco beobachteten [4,15,18].…”
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