Christof P Erickson
Prominent publications by Christof P Erickson
Basal Cell Carcinoma Originating in a Tattoo: Case Report and Review of an Uncommon Complication in Tattoo Recipients.
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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 performed. The following terms were searched: "basal," "carcinoma," "cell," and "tattoo." The ...
|Known for Basal Cell Carcinoma | 6 Women | 13 Patients | Skin Cancer | Year Developed|
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 individuals aged 60 years and older whose tattoo has often been present for 20 years or more. The ...
|Known for Basal Cell Carcinoma | Developing Tattoo|
A Novel Therapeutic Combination Approach for Treating Multiple Vemurafenib-Induced Keratoacanthomas: Systemic Acitretin and Intralesional Fluorouracil
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|Known for Skin Neoplasms | Proteins Raf | Proto Oncogene | Fluorouracil Humans | Mutation Neoplasm|
Osteoma Cutis: An Adverse Event Following Tattoo Placement
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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 cutis within a tattoo and propose that osteoma cutis be included among the list of adverse events ...
|Known for Placement Tattoo | Benign Malignant|
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 left lower abdomen. Melanoma was clinically suspected in both patients. Biopsies were performed, ...
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Christof P Erickson: Influence Statistics
|extremities systemic condition||#2|
|unique condition presence||#2|
|37yearold skin lesion||#2|
|systemic diseases case||#2|
|mucinassociated systemic disease||#2|
|isolated asymptomatic papule||#2|
|laboratory investigation conditions||#2|
|microscopic evaluation diagnosis||#2|
|tattoos medical complications||#4|
|6 women tumor||#4|
|tumor sunexposed skin||#4|
|tattoo pigments dyes||#4|
|rarely skin cancer||#4|
|sunexposed skin individuals||#4|
|evidence coincident events||#4|
|ultraviolet radiation alteration||#7|
|numerous skin lesions||#8|
|previous reports patient||#9|
|13 patients 7||#11|
|20 years pathogenesis||#13|
|diagnosis laboratory investigation||#18|
|solitary skin lesion||#19|
|hyaluronic acid complex||#20|
|7 6 women||#38|
|cutaneous focal mucinosis||#45|
Key People For Basal Cell Carcinoma
Christof P Erickson:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichChristof P Ericksonhas direct influence:Basal cell carcinoma, Basal cell, Cutaneous focal, Focal mucinosis, Tattoo recipients, Cutaneous focal mucinosis, Solitary cutaneous, Necrolytic acral erythema.
Christof P Erickson:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Christof P Erickson has influence:Necrolytic acral erythema, Basal cell carcinoma, Braf inhibitors, Oral zinc, Intralesional therapy, Distinct entity, Keratoacanthoma ka.
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