Maintenance Immunosuppression with target-of-rapamycin inhibitors is associated with a reduced incidence of de novo malignancies.
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After a Transplant: New Dangers - The Skin Cancer Foundation
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Full access. Download PDF to Print. Results: The study cohort included organ transplant recipients, men Median follow-up time was 6. Adjusting for different follow-up times and background population risks, as well as age, graft organ, and sex, a decline in the SIR for SCC was found, with SIR peaking in patients who underwent transplantation in the period and later declining to less than half in patients who underwent transplantation in the , , and periods, with the relative SIRs being 0.
Skin cancers after organ transplantation.
Conclusions and Relevance: The risk of SCC after organ transplantation has declined significantly since the mids in Norway. A multicenter case series confirmed a number of risk factors associated with aggressive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma SCC in organ transplant recipients, and found prognosis to be poor in this setting. Among 51 patients who had received a solid organ transplant, the 5-year SCC-specific and overall survival rates were The most common anatomical site for aggressive SCCs in this series was the face, in 34 patients, followed by the upper extremities and scalp in 6 patients each.
Overall, 21 of the tumors were poorly differentiated, with a median diameter and depth of Lanz's group noted that tumor depth "is highly associated with recurrence and metastasis, with tumor thickness greater than 2 mm having a fold higher risk of local recurrence and fold higher risk of metastasis. The lymph nodes, parotid gland, and skin were the most common sites of metastases in their series.