In the last 5 years, several cases of the drug-induced variant have been reported during treatment of metastatic disease with immunotherapy and targeted therapy.The pathogenesis of targeted therapy-associated Sweet syndrome and its significance as a putative marker of therapeutic response remain to be ascertained. Our patient’s skin eruption was temporally related to the beginning of targeted therapy treatment and meets allthe criteria for the drug-induced form.The molecular mechanisms leading to Sweet syndrome during melanoma could differ depending on the types of treatment.

Sweet syndrome in metastatic melanoma during treatment with dabrafenib and trametinib / Scarfì, Federica; Melotti, Barbara; Veronesi, Giulia; Ravaioli, Giulia Maria; Baraldi, Carlotta; Lambertini, Martina; Patrizi, Annalisa; Dika, Emi. - In: AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY. - ISSN 0004-8380. - ELETTRONICO. - 60:3(2019), pp. e242-e243. [10.1111/ajd.13001]

Sweet syndrome in metastatic melanoma during treatment with dabrafenib and trametinib

Scarfì, Federica
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Ravaioli, Giulia Maria;Baraldi, Carlotta;Lambertini, Martina;Patrizi, Annalisa;Dika, Emi
2019

Abstract

In the last 5 years, several cases of the drug-induced variant have been reported during treatment of metastatic disease with immunotherapy and targeted therapy.The pathogenesis of targeted therapy-associated Sweet syndrome and its significance as a putative marker of therapeutic response remain to be ascertained. Our patient’s skin eruption was temporally related to the beginning of targeted therapy treatment and meets allthe criteria for the drug-induced form.The molecular mechanisms leading to Sweet syndrome during melanoma could differ depending on the types of treatment.
2019
Sweet syndrome in metastatic melanoma during treatment with dabrafenib and trametinib / Scarfì, Federica; Melotti, Barbara; Veronesi, Giulia; Ravaioli, Giulia Maria; Baraldi, Carlotta; Lambertini, Martina; Patrizi, Annalisa; Dika, Emi. - In: AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY. - ISSN 0004-8380. - ELETTRONICO. - 60:3(2019), pp. e242-e243. [10.1111/ajd.13001]
Scarfì, Federica; Melotti, Barbara; Veronesi, Giulia; Ravaioli, Giulia Maria; Baraldi, Carlotta; Lambertini, Martina; Patrizi, Annalisa; Dika, Emi
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