Chemotherapy-induced recall dermatitis is a phenomenon whereby the administration of a chemotherapeutic agent induces an inflammatory reaction at a previously injured site. Among the reported cases of this condition, most correspond to irradiation recall phenomenon; however, a few cases of chemotherapy recall phenomenon due to extravasation have been reported.1-5 We report herein a case of an extravasation recall phenomenon induced by docetaxel.
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