The Combination of Tripe Palms, Acanthosis Nigricans and Florid Cutaneous Papillomatosis in a Patient with Metastatic Cervical Cancer

@inproceedings{Tsai2004TheCO,
  title={The Combination of Tripe Palms, Acanthosis Nigricans and Florid Cutaneous Papillomatosis in a Patient with Metastatic Cervical Cancer},
  author={Yu-Ju Tsai蔡宜政 and Ming-Tuo Chuan and Shu-ling Hu},
  year={2004}
}
Tripe palms, which described the thickening of pamar skin with increase of normal dermatoglyphics and a peculiar velvety texture, is a specific cutaneous paraneoplastic syndrome especially related to cancers of upper aerodigestive tract. Acanthosis nigricans, and florid cutaneous papillomatosis (sudden appearance of many warty skin lesions) are the most commonly associated paraneoplastic dennatosis. All three may be part of a continuum, caused by factors produced by the underlying malignancy. A… CONTINUE READING

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