Much of the medical material on these pages is informed by two prominent dermatology textbooks.

       Burns, Tony; et al., eds. (2004). Rook's Textbook of Dermatology. 7th ed. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

       Harper, John; et al., eds. (2006). Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology. 2nd ed. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Other sources include:

       Eisen, D. B., & Michael, D. J. (2009). "Sebaceous lesions and their associated syndromes: Part II." Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 61(4), 563-78. Abstract at PubMed PMID 19751880.

       Groesser, L. et al. (2012). "Postzygotic HRAS and KRAS mutations cause nevus sebaceous and Schimmelpenning syndrome." Nature Genetics, 44(7), 783-7. Abstract at PubMed PMID 22683711.

       Happle, Rudolf. "Gustav Schimmelpenning and the Syndrome Bearing His Name." Dermatology, 2004;209, 2; Health Module, p. 84.

       Menascu, S. (June 2008). "Nevus Sebaceus Syndrome, Linear." Orphanet, the portal for rare diseases and orphan drugs, Accessed May 2009.

       Moody, M.N., Landau, J.M., & Goldberg, L.H. (2012). "Nevus Sebaceous Revisited." Pediatric Dermatology, 29(1), 15-23. Abstract at PubMed PMID 21995782.

       Prensky, Arthur L., "Linear Sebaceous Nevus," in Gomez, Manuel, ed. (1987). Neurocutaneous Diseases: A Practical Approach. Boston: Butterworths.


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