Retinoblastoma, melanoma and the atypical mole syndrome.


Retinoblastoma patients and their relatives appear to have an increased risk of other cancers, especially melanoma, which represents 7% of second primaries in retinoblastoma survivors. Individuals belonging to families with the atypical mole syndrome (another family cancer syndrome with a genetic susceptibility to melanoma) have a recognizable phenotype… (More)


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@article{Bataille1995RetinoblastomaMA, title={Retinoblastoma, melanoma and the atypical mole syndrome.}, author={Vincent Bataille and Richard Hiles and J. A. Bishop}, journal={The British journal of dermatology}, year={1995}, volume={132 1}, pages={134-8} }