Direct Impact

Concepts for which Antoanella Calame has direct influence:

heat urticaria
osteoma cutis
pigmented actinic keratosis
dermal melanocytosis
solitary cutaneous focal mucinosis
atypical fibroxanthoma
cutaneous horn

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Antoanella Calame has influence:

cutaneous horn
seborrheic keratosis
osteoma cutis
azo pigment
basal carcinoma
monopolar radiofrequency
malignant melanoma

Prominent publications by Antoanella Calame

KOL-Index: 29 Background: The placement of a tattoo is a common event. Basal cell carcinoma arising from a tattoo is rare despite this neoplasm being the most common form of skin cancer. Objective: We describe a 41-year-old man who developed a basal cell carcinoma in his tattoo and review the literature of basal cell carcinomas originating in a tattoo. Methods: A literature search using PubMed was ...
Known for
Carcinomas Originating | Nodular Basal | Tattoo Rare
KOL-Index: 29 Melanoacanthoma is a benign epithelial tumor composed of melanocytes and keratinocytes that can morphologically mimic malignant neoplasms. Two patients with melanoacanthoma that clinically masqueraded as melanoma are described: a 65-year-old African-American woman with a pigmented nodule on the right preauricular area and an 85-year-old Haitian-Creole man with a large exophytic nodule on his ...
Known for
Melanoacanthoma Clinically | Melanoma Year
KOL-Index: 28 Seborrheic keratosis is an epithelial-derived benign neoplasm, which presents as a solitary tumor or multiple lesions. It is an acquired skin tumor that is frequently observed in older individuals. Benign neoplasms, as well as premalignant or malignant tumors, can mimic the clinical appearance of a seborrheic keratosis. A man presented with a chronic lesion on his abdomen that had changed in ...
Known for
Lesions Benign | Diagnosis Lesion | Presumptive Seborrheic Keratosis | Pigmented Squamous Carcinoma
KOL-Index: 20 Solitary cutaneous focal mucinosis is a unique condition defined by the presence of mucin, a hyaluronic acid complex, in the dermis. The lesion typically presents as an isolated, asymptomatic papule or nodule on the extremities or back and is not associated with any systemic condition. Conversely, multiple cutaneous focal mucinosis present with numerous skin lesions has been found to be ...
Known for
Laboratory Investigation | Hyaluronic Acid Complex | Numerous Skin Lesions | Mucin-Associated Systemic
KOL-Index: 19 Tattoos may be associated with medical complications including, albeit rarely, skin cancer. The features of a 46-year-old man who developed a basal cell carcinoma within a tattoo on his left scapula are described and the characteristics of the other 13 patients (7 men and 6 women) with tattoo-associated basal cell carcinoma are reviewed. The tumor usually occurs on the sun-exposed skin of ...
Known for
Sun-Exposed Skin | 6 Women | Ultraviolet Radiation Alteration | Subsequent Basal Carcinoma
KOL-Index: 18 We describe a previously healthy 15-month-old girl who developed ecthyma gangrenosum (EG)-like lesions secondary to methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA). Her systemic symptoms and negative blood cultures suggested MSSA toxin-mediated effects. When toxin-mediated systemic symptoms accompany such lesions, pathogens other than Pseudomonas aeruginosa should be considered.
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15-Month-Old Girl | Toxin-Mediated Systemic Symptoms | Mssa | Methicillin-Sensitive Staphylococcus Aureus
KOL-Index: 17 Osteoma cutis can occur as a primary or secondary cutaneous lesion. Isolated lesions of perforating osteoma cutis are uncommon and can present with varying clinical features. Adverse events that can occur following placement of a tattoo include benign and malignant neoplasms, dermatoses, infections, and miscellaneous complications. We present a case of a man who developed perforating osteoma ...
Known for
Dermatoses | Tattoo Include Benign | Cutis Occur | Primary Secondary Cutaneous Lesion
KOL-Index: 15 A cutaneous horn, sometimes referred to as cornu cutaneum, is a projection arising on the skin due to an overgrowth of the epidermal stratum corneum. This lesion is a clinical presentation of an underlying skin tumor. A woman with a verruca vulgaris-associated cutaneous horn is described. Cutaneous horns are often solitary and appear most commonly on the face, ears, and the dorsum of the ...
Known for
Dorsum | Horns | Epidermal Stratum Corneum | Overgrowth
KOL-Index: 14
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Known for
Diffuse Erythema

Compass Dermatopathology, San Diego, California, USA

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