Perineural invasion of cutaneous malignancies.

@article{Feasel2001PerineuralIO,
  title={Perineural invasion of cutaneous malignancies.},
  author={Adrienne M. Feasel and Tracey Jean Brown and Melissa A. Bogle and Jaime Antonio Tschen and Bruce R. Nelson},
  journal={Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al.]},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={
          531-42
        }
}
BACKGROUND Perineural invasion is an important mode of tumor spread and is associated with increased aggressiveness and a propensity for recurrence among cutaneous malignancies. OBJECTIVE To review the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of cutaneous tumors exhibiting perineural invasion. METHODS This article is based on a review of the medical literature concerning tumors with perineural involvement. RESULTS This article describes the clinical signs and histologic features of… CONTINUE READING
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