Other Names for this Disease
- Complete or incomplete color blindness
- Cutaneous sebaceous neoplasms and keratoacanthomas multiple with gastrointestinal and other carcinomas
- Familial keratoacanthoma
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Tests & Diagnosis
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A person is suspected to have Muir-Torre syndrome (MTS)if he/she has one or more of the following:
- History of one or more sebaceous tumors
- Age younger than 60 years at first presentation of sebaceous tumors
- Personal history of Lynch-related cancers
- Family history of Lynch-related cancers
Last updated: 6/15/2015
- Patricia Tai. Muir-Torre syndrome. UpToDate. Waltham, MA: UpToDate; January 5, 2015;
- Muir-Torre Syndrome. Cancer.Net (American Society of Clinical Oncology). September, 2014; http://www.cancer.net/cancer-types/muir-torre-syndrome.