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Das Basalzellennaevus-Syndrom (BCNS)

  • K. Holubar
Part of the Handbuch der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten book series (HAUT, volume 3 / 3 / a)

Zusammenfassung

Beim sogenannten Basalzellennaevus-Syndrom (BCNS) handelt es sich um ein polysymptomatisches, autosomal-dominant vererbtes Krankheitsbild, das in wechselnder Ausprägung Haut, Auge, ZNS, Skelettsystem, Bindegewebe und endokrine Organe befällt, daneben aber noch eine Reihe uncharakteristischer Symptome aufweisen kann. Dies haben umfangreiche Untersuchungen befallener Familien ergeben (Gorlin et al., 1965; Maddox, 1962; Anderson, McClendon u. Howell 1964; Gerber, 1965; Berlin, van Scott et al., 1966). Hermans et al. (1959, 1960, 1963, 1965 a, b) haben eine Einordnung unter die Phakomatosen verlangt; Herzberg u. Wiskemann haben sich dieser Forderung angeschlossen.

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