The efficacy of a photolyase-based device on the cancerization field: a clinical and thermographic study

@inproceedings{Laino2015TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of a photolyase-based device on the cancerization field: a clinical and thermographic study},
  author={Luigi Laino and Fulvia Elia and Flora Desiderio and Alessandra Scarabello and Isabella Sperduti and Carlo Cota and Aldo DiCarlo},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental & clinical cancer research : CR},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND At skin level, a cancerization field (CF) indicates some chronically photoexposed areas in which, besides a primary tumor, histological or biomolecular modifications without clinical signs are present. Active telethermography (ATT) allows us to observe the imaging of a hyperthermic halo (HH) surrounding the tumor . The Authors hypothesize HH as a possible expression of CF. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study were to verify whether HHs have the same histological or immunohistochemical… CONTINUE READING

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