1. Introduction to Anticancer Therapies.
2. Acneiform Eruptions.
3. Hair Disorders.
4. Photosensitivity and Photoreactions.
5. Hyperkeratotic Reactions.
6. Sclerotic Eruptions.
7. Hand-Foot Reactions.
8. Oral Mucosal Reactions to Anticancer Therapies.
9. Chemotherapeutic-Induced Nail Reactions.
10. Neoplastic Reactions.
11. Hypersensitivity and Urticaria.
12. Xerosis, Itching, and Fissures.
13. Radiation Dermatitis.
Chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer can have devastating side effects on the skin of a patient. This innovative guide for both dermatologists and oncologists gives a good introduction both to therapy regimes and to dermatological management for medical professionals treating their patients.
• Gabriella Fabbrocini, MD Department of Dermatology, University of Naples, Naples, Italy
• Mario E Lacouture, MD Director, Oncodermatology Program, Memorial Sloan Ketttering Cancer Center, New York City, New York, USA
• Antonella Tosti, MD Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of Miami Health System, Miami, Florida, USA