Spezielle Strahlentherapie der malignen Tumoren

  • F. Hess
  • M. Bamberg
  • W. Alberti
  • J. Halama
  • M. Wannenmacher
  • W. Bohndorf
  • H. Creutzig
  • H.-P. Heilmann
  • W. Seitz
  • U. Schulz
  • K. H. Kärcher
  • E. Scherer
  • H. D. Franke
  • H. Bünemann
  • H. Sack
  • N. Thesen
  • H. D. Böttcher
  • E. Schnepper
  • H. Ernst
  • A. Besserer
  • G. Schmitt

Zusammenfassung

Etwa 20% aller malignen Geschwülste des Menschen sind an der Haut lokalisiert. Mehr als 90% dieser Patienten sind älter als 50 Jahre. Die Entwicklung der Hautkrebse zeigt deutlich den Einfluß exogener Faktoren. An erster Stelle steht die Lichtexposition, weitere ätiologische Faktoren sind chemische und entzündliche karzinogene Reize (Arsen, Teer, Röntgenstrahlen, Narben). Diese chronischen Reize bewirken Hautveränderungen, die über das Stadium einer länger bestehenden Präkanzerose schließlich zum Hautkarzinom entarten.

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