Skin Cancer

Recognition and Management

  • Robert A. Schwartz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
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  10. Philip J. Cohen, W. Clark Lambert, George J. Hill, Robert A. Schwartz
    Pages 99-140
  11. William A. Crutcher, Philip J. Cohen
    Pages 141-151
  12. W. Clark Lambert, Robert A. Schwartz
    Pages 152-161
  13. Herschel S. Zackheim
    Pages 162-184
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  16. Arthur Mashberg, Alan M. Samit
    Pages 226-245
  17. Mark R. Wick, J. Carlos Manivel, John L. Millns
    Pages 246-275
  18. Robert Jackson, Sharyn Laughlin
    Pages 276-291
  19. Robert Jackson, Sharyn Laughlin
    Pages 292-295
  20. Robert Jackson, Sharyn Laughlin
    Pages 296-298
  21. William A. Crutcher
    Pages 299-310
  22. Chester Sidell
    Pages 311-320
  23. James W. Trimble, James R. Trimble
    Pages 321-329
  24. James R. Trimble, James W. Trimble
    Pages 330-338
  25. James W. Trimble, Robert A. Schwartz
    Pages 339-345
  26. Leon Goldman, Robert A. Schwartz
    Pages 346-352
  27. Frederick Helm, Thomas N. Helm, Robert A. Schwartz
    Pages 353-362
  28. Krzysztof Dabski, Frederick Helm
    Pages 363-377
  29. Krzysztof Dabski, Frederick Helm
    Pages 378-389
  30. George J. Hill, Helene Z. Hill, Martin Blumenreich
    Pages 390-417
  31. Back Matter
    Pages 419-427

About this book


The skin, uniquely positioned at the interface between the human body and the external world, plays a multifaceted role in the expression of cancer. Primary skin cancer is the most common cancer afflicting mankind and is rising in inci­ dence, despite the fact that it is often preventable. Besides primary cancer, the skin may show direct and indirect evidence of internal cancer, thus serving as a window to the body for both laymen and physicians alike. In addition, the acces­ sibility of the skin is useful for the study of carcinogenesis as well as cancer treat­ ment options. lowe much of my interest in skin cancer to Dr. Leon Goldman, the father of dermatologic laser surgery, and to Dr. Edmund Klein, the father of modern immunotherapy. We, at the Roswell Park Memorial Institute, were indeed for­ tunate to have a wealth of patients available for study. Many of the illustrations used in this book were of my patients at the Institute, and I kindly thank the fol­ lowing publications and their respective publishers for allowing me to reuse some of my photographs, most notably: Cancer Medicine (2nd edition), Journal of Surgical Oncology, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Archives of Dermatology, Cancer, and Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology. We are very fortunate in this work to have some of the world's foremost authorities in their areas as contributors, such as Drs. Zackheim, Lambert, J.W. Trimble, J.R. Trimble, Jackson, Crutcher, Mashberg, Wick, Sidell, F. Helm, G.


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Authors and affiliations

  • Robert A. Schwartz
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical SchoolUSA
  2. 2.UMDNJ University HospitalUSA
  3. 3.Dermatology Residency Training ProgramNew Jersey Medical SchoolNewarkUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4612-8352-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4612-3790-7
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