Exacerbation, then Clearance, of Mutation-Proven Darier's Disease of the Skin after Radiotherapy for Bronchial Carcinoma: A Case of Radiation-Induced Epidermal Differentiation?

@inproceedings{Manus2001ExacerbationTC,
  title={Exacerbation, then Clearance, of Mutation-Proven Darier's Disease of the Skin after Radiotherapy for Bronchial Carcinoma: A Case of Radiation-Induced Epidermal Differentiation?},
  author={Michael P Mac Manus and Giacomo Cavalleri and Dennis L. Ball and Maya A. Beasley and Harvey Rotstein and Matthew J. McKay},
  booktitle={Radiation research},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract Mac Manus, M. P., Cavalleri, G., Ball, D. L., Beasley, M., Rotstein, H. and McKay, M. J. Exacerbation, then Clearance, of Mutation-Proven Darier's Disease of the Skin after Radiotherapy for Bronchial Carcinoma: A Case of Radiation-Induced Epidermal Differentiation? Radiat. Res. 156, 724–730 (2001). We investigated a radiotherapy-induced flare and subsequent clearance of skin lesions of a patient with the rare, dominantly inherited genodermatosis, Darier's disease (DD). The DD gene… CONTINUE READING