The role of heavy metals in carcinogenetic process has been widely established however, information on the most common environmental metals that serve as major risk factors for actinic keratosis (AK)/non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) are still lacking. We aim to evaluate levels of the most common environmental heavy metals in hair of patients with AK/NMSC as compared to healthy controls.

Arsenic and chromium levels in hair correlate with actinic keratosis/non melanoma skin cancer. results of an observational controlled study / Schipani, Giusy; Del Duca, Ester; Todaro, Giuseppe; Scali, Elisabetta; Dastoli, Stefano; Bennardo, Luigi; Bonacci, Sonia; Di Raimondo, Cosimo; Pavel, Ana B; Colica, Carmela; Xu, Xu; Procopio, Antonio; Patruno, Cataldo; Nisticó, Steven P. - In: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY. - ISSN 2784-8671. - 156:6(2021), pp. 703-708. [10.23736/S0392-0488.20.06600-6]

Arsenic and chromium levels in hair correlate with actinic keratosis/non melanoma skin cancer. results of an observational controlled study

Scali, Elisabetta;Nisticó, Steven P
2021

Abstract

The role of heavy metals in carcinogenetic process has been widely established however, information on the most common environmental metals that serve as major risk factors for actinic keratosis (AK)/non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) are still lacking. We aim to evaluate levels of the most common environmental heavy metals in hair of patients with AK/NMSC as compared to healthy controls.
2021
metals; heavy; keratosis; actinic; skin neoplasms: arsenic; chromium
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Arsenic and chromium levels in hair correlate with actinic keratosis/non melanoma skin cancer. results of an observational controlled study / Schipani, Giusy; Del Duca, Ester; Todaro, Giuseppe; Scali, Elisabetta; Dastoli, Stefano; Bennardo, Luigi; Bonacci, Sonia; Di Raimondo, Cosimo; Pavel, Ana B; Colica, Carmela; Xu, Xu; Procopio, Antonio; Patruno, Cataldo; Nisticó, Steven P. - In: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY. - ISSN 2784-8671. - 156:6(2021), pp. 703-708. [10.23736/S0392-0488.20.06600-6]
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