Eruptive Nevi Mimicking Wart-Like Lesions under Selective BRAF Inhibition in a 37-Year-Old Female Melanoma Patient

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Laurenz Schmitt ; Tamara Schumann ; Oliver Inhoff ; Christoph Löser ; Martin Rebel ; Edgar Dippel (2013)
  • Publisher: Karger Publishers
  • Journal: Case Reports in Dermatology, volume 5, issue 1, pages 69-72 (issn: 1662-6567, eissn: 1662-6567)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1159/000350288, pmc: PMC3617885
  • Subject: Zelboraf | Published online: March, 2013 | Melanoma in situ | BRAF inhibitor | Vemurafenib | Melanoma | Wart-like lesions | Dermatology | Side effects | RL1-803 | Eruptive nevi
    mesheuropmc: skin and connective tissue diseases | neoplasms

Background: The BRAF inhibitor vemurafenib is state of the art in therapy of patients with malignant melanoma in non-resectable stage III or stage IV and evidence of oncogenetic BRAF mutation. Multiple cutaneous side effects like rash and keratoacanthoma-like lesions ha... View more
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